Real-life experiences meet film production

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Award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, Professor Ougie Pak, dreams of a multi-million dollar screenplay by the end of his career, but he has bought...

First annual Okeechobee Music Festival to take place this weekend

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This weekend, the portal will open and the first Okeechobee Music Festival will take place in Okeechobee, Fla. from March 3-7. Boasting a lineup...

Famed pianist visits DePauw for screening of biographical documentary

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As the tunes of Drei Klavierstücke II, written by Franz Schubert and played by Seymour Bernstein floated through Ashley Square Cinema, there was not...

Recent female alumnae return to campus to discuss workforce

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The workplace has historically been male-dominated in many professions. This domination has caused difficulties for some women who work in professions that are historically...

Quarantine Reviews With Jack: The Phantom Menace

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In honor of Star Wars Episode IX: Rise Of Skywalker coming to DVD early because of the coronavirus, I have decided to write a...

WGRE Review: The maturing of Tyler, the Creator

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Tyler, the Creator is facing a turning point in his career. Over the past couple of years, the once vilified rapper...

Film About Indy Homelessness Premieres at DePauw

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“Uncharted: The Truth Behind Homelessness” puts up no facades. The documentary which successfully portrays the issue of homelessness in the city of Indianapolis does...

School of Music hosts Bobby Broom and Kenny Phelps for a...

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Mesmerizing guitar progressions by Broom swung into equally impressive organ solos by Snyder, while Phelps kept everyone’s feet tapping in time throughout the performance.

“The Intersecting Worlds of Researchers, Executives and Journalists”

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Experts in science, business and media gathered with students for three days at Prindle to discuss ethical dilemmas within each field at the Undergraduate...

Peeler Portraits: The Personal Is Political

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When the artist puts themselves into their work, they are undoubtedly intertwined with the art and its meaning.  Senior art major, Alex Jackson explores these...
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