Monday, July 4, 2022

Passover Seder returns to the Elms

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Monday, Apr. 18 marked the return of a longstanding DePauw tradition—the celebration of the Passover Seder at the President’s home, the Elms. Because of...

Layla Abroad: Welcome to Westerberg High - “Heathers The Musical” at...

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High school is one of the many transitional stages for any student as they adjust to a new workload, join clubs and organizations, try...

Steve Outta Here 2.0: Behind the scenes of Professor Steven Timm’s...

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Professor Steven Timm is putting on his final installment of the Steve Outta Here series. This last production features a series of experiences in...

Off to the races: Little 5 fully returns this fall after...

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Hey, Tigers! Little 5 season is officially upon us. This year’s event begins with time trials at 5:30 p.m. on Wed, April 20, followed...

'21-22 DSG President and Vice President resign, declining further comment

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DePauw Student Government (DSG) has undergone multiple changes in leadership roles throughout the past year, including resignations from the DSG President and Vice President.  On...

Field professor of Creative Writing talks DePauw and why we write

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Lee Ann Roripaugh, this year’s Mary Rogers Field and Marion Field-McKenna Distinguished University Professor for Creative Writing, was invited to DePauw University to teach...

Home away from home: Greek life for diverse students

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For many DePauw students, being in Greek life is a vital element of the “DePauw experience.” But despite the high numbers of Greek participation,...

Greek life website not updated in years

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The ‘Greek Life’ section of the DePauw University website has not been updated for several years, lacking current information on a variety of topics...

Philanthropy during a pandemic: How Greek chapters adapt to COVID-19 restrictions...

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Philanthropic service is a core value of most Greek organizations. Members work year-round to support their chapter’s philanthropic efforts by holding fundraising events, volunteering...

YikYak on DePauw's Campus

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MaYik Yak, an app that was shut down in 2017 due to a 75% decrease in use, made a reappearance on the app store...
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