Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Candidate for VP Academic Affairs Arrives on Campus

Joan Neff, one of four remaining candidates for the vice president of Academic Affairs position arrived on campus Tuesday. Neff is currently an associate provost,...

2010 graduate receives Borst Fellowship

The Lawrence M. Borst Fellowship gives graduate students an opportunity to gain insight into the Indiana State Legislature. Named after a 38-year veteran of...

DePauw faculty raises questions about Winter Term

 Proposed changes to Winter Term have been in the air since the 2013 fall semester. A 10 page document, compiled by members of the Committee...

Student government deems campus climate unchanged

Students circled up in the Union Building Ballroom Sunday evening with Dean of Student Life Dorian Shager to discuss campus concerns and the current...

Custodians reduce office service to twice a week

Facilities Management recently announced plans to change their custodial service schedules, reducing office cleanings from five times a week to two times a week. According...

Angie’s List founder ’95 shares entrepreneurship tips

A self-professed introvert, co-founder of Indianapolis-based review service Angie's List, Angela Hicks '95 doesn't fit her own definition of an entrepreneur. On Friday, Sept. 28...

Religious observances trump classes

In an email sent out to the student body Monday, Director for the Center of Spiritual Life Rev. Katherine Smanik reminded students that they...

University looks to donors to help erase deficit, tuition

The national conversation surrounding the United States' 13 trillion dollar debt has turned the population into a swarm of economists with their own opinions...

DSG pushes upped communication with student body

The Executive Board of DePauw Student Government announced that open and continual communication is their main goal for the year at the first Student...

Increase in laptop theft at DePauw leads to extra precautions

According to a 2011 study conducted by Absolute Data Corporation's Theft Recovery Team, college campuses are the third most likely place for laptop theft. Yet...

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