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DePauw Alumni: Where Are They Now?

With the Spring semester in full swing, graduation is on the horizon for the Class of 2023. With seniors making plans for where they...

Pence Media Group Talks Public Relations

The Union Building Ballroom was filled to the brim on Thursday, February 16, as students attended the McDermond Center Industry Insight Panel on Public...

Photos: A Recap of 128th Monon Bell Coverage

A look at 128th Monon Bell coverage.

Professor Geoff Klinger ‘88 Unexpectedly Dies this Weekend

Professor of communication and DePauw alum Geoffrey “Geoff” Klinger ‘88 died unexpectedly this past weekend. As a student at DePauw, Klinger was an economics major...

Civil Rights Leader Vernon Jordan ’57 Dies at 85

Civil rights leader and DePauw alum Vernon Jordan ‘57 died in his home surrounded by his wife and family on March 1, 2021. Jordan held...

Embracing, Understanding & Amplifying the Black Voices of DePauw

To kick off Black History Month, alumni held a zoom panel discussion on Wednesday, Feb. 10 entitled “Embracing, Understanding & Amplifying the Black Voices...

DePauw Community Responds To Faculty Buyout

DePauw University alumni, parents and professors have responded to Monday’s announcement of 36 faculty members accepting a buyout to leave at the end of...

Hurricane Harvey hits Texas, DePauw community strongly affected

Junior Lauren Schiller's family is in the midst of the United States' most recent natural disaster, Hurricane Harvey. Fortunately, her loved ones have not...

Letter to the Editor: How Harmful is Segregated Housing to Campus...

On September 7, 2016, an article appeared in The DePauw hailing the creation of Rainbow Floor, a residential floor for members and allies of...

The Ironmen of DePauw University

Chase Hall crosses the finish line in the half Ironman in Michigam. PHOTO COURTESY OF CHASE HALL With the...