Monday, September 23, 2019

DePauw Community Responds To Faculty Buyout

DePauw University alumni, parents and professors have responded to Monday’s announcement of 36 faculty members accepting a buyout to leave at the end of...

Chicago Company Plans 1,800-acre Indiana Solar Farm

FAIRBANKS, Ind. (AP) — A renewable energy company is aiming to start construction later this year on a solar farm over about 1,800 acres...

36 Faculty Accept Buyout, Will Retire At End Of Academic Year

Thirty-six faculty members have accepted the buyout offered to those of retirement age last spring, according to Dave Berque, interim vice president of academic...

Everything We Know About DePauw Dialogue 2019 So Far

On Sept. 13, DePauw Student Government (DSG) announced in a press release that this year DePauw Dialogue is “taking a grassroots approach.” Summer Pappachen and...

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.

Matt Abtahi Leaves For Northwestern

Abtahi, who was named interim Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) at the beginning of this academic year, will complete his last day at DePauw on Sept. 11.

DePauw Student Recovering After Hit By Car

A DePauw student is recovering after being hit by a car on Saturday, Aug. 31. 

56 Staff Laid Off, Faculty Offered Voluntary Retirement

By Katie Hunger and Peter Nicieja In what President Mark McCoy says is an effort to reduce its debt, DePauw University will eliminate 56 full...

DePauw Climbs The Ranks Of Forbes And U.S. World And News...

DePauw has recently been climbing the ranks against other colleges, according to both U.S. World and News and Forbes. The university is currently tied...

Adjusted Library Schedule Limits Study Hours, Spaces

At 11:50 p.m. the Roy O. West library intercom notifies students that they have 10 minutes before the library closes. Last year, that announcement didn’t come until 1:50 a.m. The new shortened library hours have left many students asking, ‘“Why?”
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