DePaul University--Buildings--Pictorial works; Universities and colleges--Illinois--Chicago--Pictorial works; Academic libraries (buildings); College buildings; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.)
Two-page spread describing the new library. Text reads: GRAND OPENING THE UNVEILING OF THE NEW LIBRARY FACT FILE The library cost $25 million to build. The new library triples the amount of study space available to students. Lohan and Associates, a Chicago based architectural firm designed the library’s style to blend with the surrounding university buildings and the neighborhood. The two floors that the library vacated in SAC have been reconstructed to accommodate the expansion of Academic Computer Services, faculty offices, and classrooms. The library has a 650,000 volume capacity and DePaul’s extensive collection of books, monographs, and special collections. It is the first DePaul building dedicated exclusively as a library. The 150 computer work stations in the library are linked to terminals throughout the library and between campuses. The library, which sponsors various outreach initiatives, features spacious study areas and small conference rooms also contain the most up-to-date technological equipment.
DePaul University, Special Collections and Archives
Chicago : DePaul University, 1924-1997
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“DePaulian, 1992-1993,” DePaul University Special Collections and Archives, accessed July 8, 2020, https://dpuspecialcollections.omeka.net/items/show/178.