Monday, September 23, 2019

Two Students Face Charges In Minor In Consumption Case

This story was updated on Feb. 11 at 9:50 p.m. The recent arrest of two DePauw students for providing alcohol to a minor has drawn...

DePauw student finds hole in DePauw E-Services webpage; student mailboxes switched...

     Senior Thomas Ring found a vulnerability in DePauw University’s E-Services website, accidentally unearthing a database of student mailbox combinations. The campus community was...

Dean of School of Music Ayden Adler out, four administrative positions...

Ayden Adler, who had been appointed Dean of the School of Music in July, abruptly vacated her position Tuesday, President Mark McCoy announced...

Two first-year dormitories approved for demolition by Board of Trustees

Hogate and College Street are going down. The two infamous first year residence halls on DePauw’s campus are set to be demolished sometime in...

ATO Denied Medical Amnesty: Nationals Revokes Almost Half of House’s Membership

Alpha Tau Omega was denied medical amnesty after a student was hospitalized for a near-fatal consumption of alcohol, according to DePauw University University’s Interfraternity Council...

Two Greek Houses Still Suspended, Two More Under Investigation

This story was updated 2/1/19 at 11:02 p.m. Two new alcohol-related hospitalizations have resulted in investigations of two more Greek organizations on campus. On fraternity...

Students of color protest at family weekend event

As parents filed into the Union Ballroom Saturday morning to listen to an address from President McCoy, approximately 40 students of color joined them....

Early numbers show significantly smaller class of 2023

Following the May 1 deadline, only 445 first-year students have committed to attending DePauw University in fall of 2019, President Mark McCoy announced at the end of Monday’s monthly faculty meeting. This means the incoming class could be nearly 20% smaller than the goal size as well as 20% smaller than the class of 2022.

Student activists at Ubben Lecture protest recent bias incidents

DePauw student activists halted Jenna Fischer’s Ubben Lecture Tuesday night in Kresge Auditorium, unfurling a banner that said “We are not safe #DePauwKKK.” The students...

Four bias incidents reported over three day span

Three more bias incidents were found since the racial slur in the bathroom of the Inn at DePauw, according to an email by President...
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