Friday, November 27, 2020

Students and faculty adjust to new card readers, printers

Sophomore Ariana Mckeithen-Mead didn't understand why the new printers didn't work for her at first.  "Apparently my name is too long," she said. "It took...

City issues survey to prepare for youth summit

The city of Greencastle wants to know what students think about the city. Cue the 2011 Greencastle Youth Engagement Summit (YES), an "event designed to...

Despite weather, recruitment numbers strong

Rush ended Saturday and Sunday for Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council, respectively. Last week's weather caused a minor issue, and Internet problems delayed Bid Night...

Internet crash complicates rush weekend

With a new Internet-based software, the Interfraternity Council rolled through the first two rounds of rush with no organizational problems. But that all ended...

Total cost of attendance set to increase nearly 6 percent in...

The cost of attending DePauw for the 2011-2012 academic year will increase from the current amount to a total price of $46,700. The University's...

Clery report reveals crime trends

     Drug abuse arrests and citations have increased on campus, while forcible sexual offenses decreased by nearly 50 percent, according to the Annual...

‘Green Dot’ speech kicks off Delta Gamma lectureship series

Dorothy Edwards, founder of The Green Dot, etc. Strategy spoke  to the DePauw community about by-stander intervention Thursday  in the first Delta...

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Student-athletes get creative: approaching new workout routines

Whether Emily Thompson is listening to her favorite song, finishing homework, eating a quick snack or conversing with her teammates, the two hour round-trip...

TDP Post-It: Thursday, Nov. 19

Greek Life Down 10 Percent

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