Donate Your Old Computer and Attend a Student Poetry Reading

Do you have an old computer lying around and don’t know what to do with it? ┬áThen you should consider donating it to a local nonprofit. DePaul’s University Center for Writing-based Learning is collecting old and less-than-perfect computers on behalf of Mujeres Latinas en Accion (Latina Women in Action), a nonprofit that can put any donated computers to use in their Project Youth and Peace Program initiatives.

Donating your computer through the UCWbL is easy: just fill out this form and someone will contact you shortly. Also, feel free to share this form to others who may be interested. Please note, however, that the process will be significantly easier for people in or near Chicago who can bring their computers to one of DePaul’s two campuses.

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Tonight, April 24th, DePaul Libraries and the English Department will host an undergraduate poetry reading to celebrate National Poetry Month. The event will take place at 6pm in the Richardson Library Resource Room/event space (Rm. 115, where the old art museum was). Undergrads Quintin Collins, Cassandra Gillig, Brianna Low, Jamie Perry, and Samy Sabh will read from their original poems.

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