Sunday, August 7, 2022

Alumni guide students at career fair

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Clad in their name tags bearing their graduation years, Elizabeth Potter ‘10 and Christine Olson ‘92 smile at the passers-by hoping to inspire and...

Kelsheimer holds student-government-mandated tuition informational session

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Any time tuition increases on a college campus, students and their parents want to know why. In years past, DePauw has relied on sending...

Simple Logic cut down after four years

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An excited crowd gathered around Simple Logic yesterday to watch and take pictures of two men from Facilities Management cut down the wooden sculpture...

Simple Logic destruction tomorrow at 4 p.m.

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Tomorrow people walking through the middle of campus will hear chainsaws taking down Simple Logic, after a short ceremony saying goodbye to the sculpture. Built...

DePauw 2020 seeks to improve students, faculty

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The buildings, programs and ideals of President Brian Casey's plan for the future of DePauw are ambitious and lofty. But the expectations for the...

Third dean candidate to visit campus

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The third candidate for the dean of the school of music arrives tomorrow to interact with students and faculty.   Andrea Kalyn has spent the...

Senior works with Phi Delta Theta to establish campus-wide ALS Philanthropy

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This week, Phi Delta Theta will raise awareness for their ALS philanthropy by organizing a weeklong event, Strikes and SteALS. Senior Molly Borter assisted...

Psychology books snatched

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When psychology professor Sharmin Tunguz entered her office Thursday, she thought books had fallen off her rickety shelves. After a closer look, she realized...

Congestion reigns at Lilly

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Two years ago Kristina Locke, a sophomore at the time, experienced an unusual encounter while exercising. "I used to go work out in the mornings...

Corrections and clarifications

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The story "Off-campus study applications drop, numbers are lower than expected" which ran in the Feb. 18 issue of The DePauw, incorrectly implied that...
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