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Date: May 11, 2020
Subject: This Week in the DEN



Happy Week 7, Blue Demons! We hope mid-terms are coming close to an end for you. Below are some events happening this week. We hope you can check them out!

Should you have any questions, please email involvement@depaul.edu

Demon Bingo Night - Tuesday, May 11

BINGO! You have found your Tuesday evening plans. Come hang out and play Demon Bingo, which will be run entirely on your computer and/or phone! No printing is necessary. People will win multiple prices each round. Go Blue Demons!

Location: depaul.zoom.us/my/osievents

Virtual Career Fair - Wednesday, May 13

The DePaul Career Center invites all DePaul students & alumni to the Virtual Spring Career Fair!
Meet top employers from a variety of industries recruiting for jobs, internships and paid year-long service programs.
Students and alumni from all majors/years are invited, especially students in the Class of 2020.

Registration: careereco.com/events/depaul

Asian Americans and Mental Health - Thursday, May 14

Join Dr. Anne Saw, DePaul University's Assistant Professor in Clinical-Community Psychology and Liam Guiritan, DePaul student in conversation around stigmatization, cultural and societal stressors and looking forward in address mental health in the Asian/ Asian American community.

Location - https://depaul.zoom.us/j/94744917741

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MUKBANG: A Community Dinner in Honor of APIDA Heritage Month

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Online Event
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For Spring 2020, the Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American (APIDA) Cultural Center will be hosting MUKBANG, a monthly dialogue series that takes place the second Tuesday of each month via Zoom. Mukbang, or known as eating show, became popular in South Korea in 2010, is an online audiovisual broadcast, in which a host eats food while interacting with the audience.

It’s no secret of how much we value food. Food feeds our soul, connects us to diaspora and is a form of community. Our culturally salient food maps who we are, where we come from and what happened to us along the way. In collaboration with students, campus departments, student organizations and/ or community members of Chicago, these series touch on understanding history, culture and/ or issues pertinent in the Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander community through food. Bring your dinner and join us in conversation online.

Join us for our Community Dinner in honor of APIDA Heritage Month. Bring your dinner and join in community, conversation and laughter.

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A Candle for You

Wednesday, May 13, 2020
10:00am - 6:00pm
Online Event
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Every Wednesday, we will light candles for people, prayers, and intentions in the community. Persons from any spiritual practice are welcome to request a candle.

You can send a request at any time and as many times as you would like. Requests can be sent in a private message, via email (jcolvin3@depaul.edu), or at http://dehub.gclink.me/s535

"I deeply believe the Divine(s), our ancestors, saints, prophets, and spirits hear us when we make our requests, intentions, pain, and questions known. Sharing this in community amplifies our voices." - Min. Jené

Every Wednesday via the RDPC Instagram and Facebook pages:
@depaulrdpc
fb.me/depaulreligiousdiversity

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Ozanam Cafe

Thursday, May 14, 2020
4:00pm - 5:00pm
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Join us for our weekly meetings for a chance to relax and to continue connecting with our large Vincentian community!

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Food For Thought: Interfaith Dialogue W/ Mat Charnay & Abdul-Malik

Friday, May 15, 2020
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Online Event
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Bring a lunch and join us for a wonderful conversation!

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Global Coffee Hour: How to Ace a Virtual Interview

Friday, May 15, 2020
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Online Event
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Join us for discussion and activities discussing your experience as a DePaul student and how to navigate your job search and networking during this global pandemic.

All DePaul students are invited and welcome to participate.

Registration is required in order to join the Zoom Meeting. Once you registered, you will be able to view the location (Zoom link) of the event.

The Global Coffee Hour program aims to welcome and orient first-year graduate and undergraduate international students to student life at DePaul and in Chicago so that they are equipped to become full-members of the DePaul community, contribute to our Vincentian culture, and successfully meet their academic and personal goals.

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