Sunday, February 23, 2020

Student Open Discussion About Presidential Search Tonight

On Monday, Nov. 25, the student representatives of the presidential search committee will be hosting an open discussion at 4 p.m. in the Union...

How Staff Layoffs Affected DePauw Athletics

After completing the fall sports season, hear how two teams fared after staff layoffs last spring affected their coaching staffs.

All in for DePauw Misses Goal, Raises $400k+

DePauw University’s goal of 2,019 donors for its newly structured DePauw Day of Giving was not met, but $505,719 was raised from the 1,879...

Greencastle Man Arrested During Monon Bell Game, Charged With Voyeurism

Logan S. Campbell, 31, Greencastle, was arrested during the Monon Bell Classic on a felony charge of voyeurism. According to the probable cause affidavit, a...

Summer Pappachen Resigns As DSG President

Summer Pappachen has resigned as president of DePauw Student Government (DSG). In an email to the DePauw student body, Pappachen wrote to the campus...

Thousands Of Teachers Pack Indiana Statehouse For Protest

Several thousand teachers wearing red surrounded the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday calling for better pay and more respect from the Republican-dominated state government in a protest that closed more than half of the state’s school districts for the day.

PHOTOS: 126th Monon Bell Classic

A look at the 126th Monon Bell Classic.

Monon Recap: Andries, Home Crowd Help Tigers Win

The DePauw Tigers football team defeated the Wabash Little Giants 17-13 in the 126th Monon Bell Classic, an annual game dating back to 1890.

DSG Shirts Have DePauw Securin’ The Wrong Bell

Free Monon Bell shirts were distributed by DePauw Student Government to students at a pep rally ahead of the first home basketball games Tuesday,...

Increase In Library Student Work-Study Positions May Be Violation

Following the 56 staff layoffs last spring— which included some library staff members— , DePauw University Libraries increased its number of work study students by 10%, which could be a violation of federal work study laws according to labor law expert Kenneth Dau-Schmidt.
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