Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Campus crime

April 15 •Noise — loud music/people •Made contact with house representation/ verbal warning issued |Time: 12:52 a.m. | Place: Sigma Chi fraternity • Theft of money...

DePauwpalooza seeks to bring School of Music and College of Liberal...

After one week of preparation, the university-wide DePauwpalooza will take place this afternoon in hopes of bringing together students from the School of Music...

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Heavy rain causes flooding in basements around campus

Tony Robertson, assistant director of facilities, received news at 7 a.m. Monday morning that several buildings sustained water damage. Within the hour, Robertson dispatched teams...

Going it alone

Encountering thieving monkeys is not a typical Winter Term experience. But that's exactly what sophomore Cheney Hagerup and her boyfriend, Joey Delporte, woke up...

Karen Baldner expresses family Holocaust struggles in artwork

Karen Baldner crosses her legs, takes a sip of her Newman's Royal Tea and begins to tell the story of how she turns traumatic...

Standards for merit scholarships rise as university pushes need-based aid

Students applying and enrolling to DePauw University have always done so with the knowledge of the university's high academic standards. But students now applying to...

Rain dampens, but doesn’t douse DePauwpalooza

The stormy weather Friday night didn't stop the School of Music from hosting its annual event, DePauwpalooza. Performances, which featured vocal and instrumental artists across...

Hurricane Sandy hits off-campus students and East Coast hometowns

Even 800 miles from New York City, some DePauw students and staff still felt the effects of Hurricane Sandy as it wreaked havoc on...

Putnam County Museum creates exhibit to unite community

Photographs of barn animals, landscapes and abstract subject matter will soon color the walls of the Putnam County Museum, illustrating the life stories of...

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