Monday, September 23, 2019

Campus Construction Aims For A More Sustainable DePauw

When classes started last week, students were met with ripped apart streets and fences around buildings like Julian, Peeler and the Green Center for...

Gift Allows Counseling Expansion

DePauw Counseling Services is expanding campus outreach this semester, thanks to a gift from an alumna and her husband.  Martha Robes ‘66 and Dana Robes...

Campaign for DePauw Largest in University History

This week the Campaign for DePauw reached $380 million in gifts and commitments, surpassing the largest campaign in the University’s history, President Mark McCoy...

President McCoy Announces Resignation, DePauw to Undergo Search for Next President

President Mark McCoy will resign following the 2019-2020 academic year following a decision made in meetings with the Board of Trustees last week. McCoy’s...

President McCoy to Resign 2019-2020 Academic Year

This story will be updated. President Mark McCoy will resign after the 2019-2020 academic year, according to an email announcement this morning sent to students...

DePauw prepares to minimize the melt

DePauw’s incoming first-year class next fall will be 20 percent smaller than the year before - and that’s before the “melt rate”—the number of...

Learning the Limits: Campus Drinking Crisis

This school year, 19 DePauw University students were hospitalized because of alcohol poisoning. Colleges nationwide are struggling to create a campus balance that allows...

Dean of Students Takes Position at the College of Wooster

Myrna Hernandez, current Dean of Students and employee of DePauw University for 13 years, will not be returning in the fall. On July 1,...

Early numbers show significantly smaller class of 2023

Following the May 1 deadline, only 445 first-year students have committed to attending DePauw University in fall of 2019, President Mark McCoy announced at the end of Monday’s monthly faculty meeting. This means the incoming class could be nearly 20% smaller than the goal size as well as 20% smaller than the class of 2022.

Open Forum Raises Questions About Consistency, Communication

Concerned parents gathered in Meharry Hall on Saturday to discuss Greek life, DePauw’s drinking culture and the role of Public Safety with members of...
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