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DePaul Magazine Winter 2016 : IFC

TABLE OF CONTENTS WINTER 2016 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Marilyn Ferdinand EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Christian Anderson (LAS MA ’16) Andrea Bainbridge Marilyn Ferdinand Bob Sakamoto Kelsey Schagemann Jamie Sokolik DESIGN FEATURES 8 More Than Four Walls: The Psychology of Home Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home. Why is this sentiment held so dear by so many people? Joe Ferrari, professor of psychology and Vincent de Paul professor in DePaul’s College of Science and Health, is trying to nd out. 14 The Pursuit of Consumer Happiness When a hotel stay goes well, it doesn’t happen by accident. The students and alumni of DePaul’s School of Hospitality Leadership in the Driehaus College of Business are eager to employ the skills they’ve learned to create an enjoyable hotel stay by meeting traveler expectations. Francis Paola Lea Claire Keating DePaul Magazine is published for DePaul alumni and friends by the Office of Advancement. Inquiries, comments and letters are welcome and should be addressed to Marilyn Ferdinand, Editor-in-Chief, DePaul University, Office of Advancement, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604-5112 or depaulmag@depaul.edu . ADDRESS CHANGES: 10 The Way We Were Many of DePaul’s buildings played interesting roles in the fabric of the city before they were acquired by the university. From department stores to piano showrooms to instrument manufacturers, four grand old buildings still retain traces of their majestic pasts. 19 History Reclaimed Sister Betty Ann McNeil, D.C., Vincentian scholar in residence at DePaul, tells a hid-den story of Vincentian service in her new book, “Balm of Hope: Charity A re Impels Daughters of Charity to Civil War Nursing.” 24 Log in to the DePaul Alumni Community at alumni.depaul. edu . Having trouble? Send an email to dpalumni@depaul.edu, or call (800) 437-1898 for assistance. You can also visit alumni. depaul. edu to register for upcoming events, find volunteer opportunities, make a gift, and learn about alumni benefits and services. ON THE COVER The classic Chicago bungalow is as iconic an image of the city as Buckingham Fountain or the Chicago Theatre marquee. It is also where thousands of Chicagoans make their home. Cover photo credit: Eric Allix Rogers

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