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The Year of the Pig

The Year of the Pig

Luc Fougere, Contributing Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Events, Nation & World, Showcase

A sniffily oink oink to commemorate the Lunar New Year as Chicago’s Chinatown hosts its annual Chinese New Year Day parade on Sunday. Snow began to fall as the celebrations kicked off for the Year of the Pig, creating for a chilly but picturesque parade. According to the Chinese Zodiac calendar, 201...

Photos from the Chinese New Year

Photos from the Chinese New Year

Luc Fougere, Contributing Photographer

February 11, 2019


Filed under Multimedia

A sniffily oink oink to commemorate the Lunar New Year as Chicago’s Chinatown hosts its annual Chinese New Year Day parade on Sunday. Snow began to fall as the celebrations kicked off for the Year of the Pig, creating for a chilly but picturesque parade. According to the Chinese Zodiac calendar,...

DePaul’s Chinese New Year: A celebration of culture and community

DePaul’s Chinese New Year: A celebration of culture and community

Mikayla Price, Contributing Writer

February 11, 2019


Filed under Arts/Life, Showcase

The Year of the Pig started off warm and welcoming at DePaul’s 11th annual Chinese New Year Gala. Red, warm, sold out, and pig — these are the words to describe this year’s event. Held at the Student Center on Saturday evening, an eager crowd trailed through the building  waiting for the doors to ...

Bringing in the Year of the Goat at DePaul

Bringing in the Year of the Goat at DePaul

Lauren Awtry

February 22, 2015


Filed under Campus News, News

Over 630 students, faculty and members of the DePaul community packed the Student Center to celebrate the annual DePaul Chinese New Year Gala co-hosted by the Chinese Studies Program and the Center for Intercultural Programs on Thursday evening. Read More »...

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