Sunday, July 12, 2020

DePauw dorm residents charged for collective damage

The freshman dorms are off yet again to a “banging” semester, and midterms have yet to make their appearance. DePauw's online biling service, CashNet,...

Faculty announces new Fisher Fellow, change to core credit requirements

DePauw faculty filled the Union Building Ballroom yesterday for their October meeting, tackling general housekeeping items, voting on a motion to create a new...

DePauw Names Lori White New President

Lori White, the current vice chancellor for student affairs at Washington University in St. Louis, will be the next president of DePauw University. White...

Nally out as Director of Public Safety, Shrewsbury in

In an email sent to staff and faculty on Friday night, Dorian Shager, dean of campus life, announced Director of Public Safety Angie Nally...

Lilly Center renovations to be completed by August 2014

As the fall sports season comes to a close, the gym has filled up with more students looking to satisfy their exercise fix, and...

Three Incidents Of Hazing Reported, Investigations Ongoing

This story was updated on Feb. 27 at 2:25 p.m.  Dean Harwood, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, said in an email that he could...

Absentee voting available for students

Voting has always been seen by the younger generation as a rite of passage. Yet voter apathy has been a reoccurring issue for young...

Tarana Burke to come to DePauw

Founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, Tarana Burke will come to DePauw to speak Sept. 6in September. Burke’s ‘me too.’ organization is a movement...

Corrections and clarification

The DePauw's track and field story in Tuesday's issue incorrectly stated that freshman Adam Cecil finished eighth in the 1,500-meter run. He placed tenth...

DePauw Student Government passes 11 pieces of legislation this semester

From a white paper concerning a smoothie stand in the new Welch Fitness Center to a white paper concerning lighting along Burkhart Walk, DePauw...

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