Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Corrections and clarifications

In the profile, "Meet the teams," which ran in the April 8 Little 5 special section, Alex Billingsley was not listed as a cyclist...

Corrections and clarifications

In the story, "Posner performs for nearly sold-out crowd," it said in two different places that the concert was sold out and that it...

Constitutional amendment opens elections to larger candidate pool

The student government elections committee sat on the floor of Watson forum counting more applications than expected Thursday afternoon. Following the DePauw Student Government white...

Q&A: Freshman riders discuss preparations for first Little 5

Riding in Little 5 for the first time can be a profound experience. The DePauw interviewed four freshman riders, all of whom took Kent...

University’s bond rating takes a hit

Investing in DePauw University has become riskier, according to Moody's Investor Service, a prominent credit-rating agency.  Last week, DePauw received a bond rating of A3,...

Little 5 leaders emphasize safety in training, planning

Sophomore Quinn Carrico remembers finishing his first Little 500 bike race, but he doesn't remember beginning it. Carrico was riding in a cluster of competitive...

Former university president addresses ethics symposium

President Emeritus Dr. Robert G. Bottoms gave the keynote address for the 4th annual Undergraduate Ethics Symposium on Thursday night, entitled "Listening to Annoying...

Programs of Distinction struggle to retain students

When senior Sally Reasoner decided to attend DePauw, she wanted to bolster her education by joining a Program of Distinction. Her brother Scott, who...

Student government happenings

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Life as a collegiate entrepreneur

Not everyone can run a virtual company while juggling college academics, but for senior Rhonesha Byng, being an entrepreneur has defined her college experience Byng...

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