Dumpster-diving for tossed treasures

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By the end of each school year, students begin "spring cleaning" by tossing miscellaneous items they have obtained during the year in the dumpsters. But...

Students cross physical, cultural borders in first weeks

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Freshman Xiaolei Ma, an international student from China, decided to come to DePauw because she didn't want to go to an American university with...

Yo-Yo Ma lecture no longer first-come, first-served

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Students, faculty and community members too late to pick up or buy Yo-Yo Ma concert tickets Monday may be slighted a second time. The university...

Optimism despite $120 million debt

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As Vice President for Finance and Administration Brad Kelsheimer presented a saddening powerpoint depicting the university's debt to a ballroom of faculty members, the...

First week of classes sees fewer alcohol violations for freshmen

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Four Putnam County Hospital visits, three welfare checks and hundreds of rumors later, the class of 2015's first week of college came to a...

Yo-Yo Ma concert sells out

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Sold out. Those two words describe the response of box office workers Monday, Aug. 29 at 1:30 p.m. In five hours, tickets to world-famous cellist...

University joins nation-wide collaboration to address high-risk drinking

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DePauw no longer has to face its drinking problem alone. In an effort to reduce dangerous drinking on campus, President Brian Casey has allied DePauw...

University kicks Coke for Pepsi, saves $1 million on new contract

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DePauw University recently switched from Coca-Cola to Pepsi products after being offered a contract with Pepsi for a $1 million less than the one...

Prindle welcomes new students, new year with festivities and invitations

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    While some DePauw students have essentially taken up residence in the Prindle Institute for Ethics, others still can't even locate it on a map. This...

Indiana-Asbury policy changed

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A policy remnant of DePauw's days as Indiana Asbury University, a largely part-time and commuter-college changed this year. Now, all students will be sorted into...