Toastmasters Club helps students develop speaking skills in relaxed environment

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The comfortable and intellectually stimulating atmosphere of Toastmasters encourages students to grow in their public speaking abilities. Most rewarding for president Rajpreet Heir, a senior,...

Muslim holiday Eid Al-Adha encourages thanks, fellowship and awareness of family...

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Eid for senior Muska Fahim will be adapted for an American lifestyle. Fahim will celebrate with a day off from classes, a visit to...

Art shouldn't be scary, it's all around you

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 Many people cringe at hearing the word "art." Why is that? No piece is created to scare an audience away. So, why do some people...

Stray cats at home on campus, in student residences

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DePauw's campus has a variety of visitors — family, friends and, more often, cats. They can be spotted darting from one bush to another, emerging...

Red Barn Farms

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Mr. Tom Holton, steward of Greencastle's Red Barn Farms, says that farming is his calling. "I believe that I was created to do this," he...

Chiddy Bang, DePauw alums get lackluster student response

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DePauw has always had a reputation of being a very outgoing school, to say the least. Students are very passionate and energetic about such...

Students 'Rake and Run' for local community members

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Civic Fellows had been organizing an annual "Rake and Run" long before sophomore Bryna Capshew arrived at DePauw. But as head of this year's...

Fashion, style and a student body stuck on brand names

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 At first glance, DePauw's student population exemplifies diversity. But what kind of diversity actually dominates our campus? Students from all over the world bring...

EDM invades radio, pop

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The music world as we know it is rapidly changing. Though traditional styles remain intact and popular amongst mainstream listeners, a new movement has...

Stitching while bitching encourages students to learn new skills

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According to Joan Pankratz, there's something to be said about learning to create something with your hands. "It relaxes your brain," the senior said of...
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