Friday, December 13, 2019

Jim Menighan Attends His 60th Monon Bell Game

Menighan attended his first Monon during his freshman year of college in 1959, and he’s been going ever since.

Bust-A-Fit: Moisés Lopez Talks Queer Spaces, Representation and ICE

Byron: We’re here with Moisés. Always noticed you had a dope style. Very cool dude. Very stylish guy. Tell me about your outfit today. Moisés:...

International Students Concerns

International students have been vocalizing their concerns recently. Some have even taken center stage as part of the keynote speech at DePauw Dialogue this...

Doug Harms to Retire at End of Year After 21 Years...

In addition to his job teaching computer science, Professor Doug Harms has spent the last 21 years at DePauw engaging with students, voicing social...

‘Doctor Sleep’ Stirs Up Nostalgia For ‘The Shining’ Fans

One of the most interesting films of fall 2019, “Doctor Sleep,” follows Dan Torrance (the young boy from “The Shining”), the True Knot (a...

Monon: Best Successful Bell Heists Ranked

One of the great traditions of the Monon Bell game is stealing the massive, 300 pound Monon Bell.  In fact, this was once such a...

What Does it Mean to Be a Team? “The Wolves” Preview

The set is simple, merely a floor of astroturf. The costumes barely change, and the cast is small. Only ten actresses ever cross the...

Monon History

This Saturday, DePauw and Wabash fans will flood Blackstock Stadium for the 126th annual Monon Bell Classic. At 1:07 p.m., both teams will come...

John Hecko Fosters Community Through Food

Bon Appétit provides DePauw with one thing that powers students through the stressors of college: food. But to provide food on campus, a lot...

Soul-packed vocalist group brings South Africa to Greencastle

Decked out in dark blue and black garments, Ladysmith Black Mambazo dazzled the Greencastle community in Kresge Auditorium on Sunday with their quick hand...
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