College tests, bolsters religious practices

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After 12 hours of fasting, Muska Fahim counts down the minutes until the sun goes down — then she can eat again. As the...

Invisible Girl Project founders speak

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Indianapolis residents Brad and Jill McElya came to DePauw yesterday evening to address the high rates of trafficking, infanticide and abortion of baby girls...

Grant to digitize local records

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The fragile newsprint and bulky microfilm on which Putnam County's history is printed will soon be readable without the legwork of old-fashioned library research. The...

Snapshot: In the name of art

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ABOVE: Junior Kacey Hermening and senior Patrick McMullen perform the balcony scene from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." MIDDLE: Professors Ron Dye and Istvan Csicsery-Ronay...

Corrections and clarifications

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In the editorial, "Students full-time but library isn't," which appeared in the April 19 issue, Samuel Weigley did not participate because he was out...

Order of Omega award winners

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Order of Omega, a greek-system honor society, presented awards to chapters and individuals Wednesday night in Meharry Hall. The award recipients were selected by...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies: A new 'program without walls'

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DePauw's Latin American and Caribbean studies program is now branching out to integrate a new framework that reaches beyond the classroom walls. Latin American and...

Campus crime

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April 17: • Minors in posession of alcohol (non student) •Released to parents | Time: 12:39 p.m. | Place: Nature Park Drive •Driving while intoxicated •Arrested:...

Snapshot: Passover at the Elms

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President Brian Casey and junior Dean Contreras sit and celebrate at the Seder Passover meal on Monday evening at The Elms, the president's house....

Charles & Nic

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CHARLES PIERRE moved to Haiti when he was 10 and stayed there until he was 15. His parents still live in the island nation...
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