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A Censored Community: Students’ Speech, Expression Encumbered, DePauw Criticized

On the day of the presidential election, junior Lauren Hickey, donning a gray DePauw crewneck decorated with buttons that read, “Trump 2020” and “I...

LTE: Tips for Managing Pre-Election Stress and Anxiety from Counseling Service

Between the current pandemic and the political climate in the United States, stress and anxiety is at an all-time high.  In addition, polarization from...

International Off-Campus Study Cancelled for Spring Term

DePauw University cancelled all international off-campus programs for spring 2021 due to COVID-19, according to an email sent to faculty and staff by Vice-President...

A Haunting DePauw Love Story

On February 26, 1958, DePauw University first year Cornelia “Connie” Burke Trusler (Searl) and James Arthur Searl were wedded in Greencastle’s own Gobin Memorial...

Cancelling Class On Election Day Debated By Professors, Students

With Election Day approaching in less than two weeks, professors nationally are making decisions on whether or not they will conduct classes on Tuesday,...

Inadequate Closure: How Seniors’ Last Years Are Disrupted By Pandemic

“I think the general expectation for senior year is a magical culmination of all four years, a capstone of closure. As COVID began unfolding,...

First-Year From Home: Online Learning and Mentoring

Whether learning from home or on campus, first-year students have redefined what it means to be a Tiger amidst the social, academic, and structural...

President White proposes $10 million plan for 2020-21 budget gap

The board of trustees’ executive committee supports President Lori White’s proposal to balance the estimated remaining 2020-2021 budget gap. President White proposed to close...

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...

The DePauw & D3TV: The Ghost Haunting Roy

Have you heard about the haunted books in Roy O. West library? The DePauw and D3TV talked with Wes Wilson about the ghost of Gov. James Whitcomb which supposedly guards the rare books he donated to the school.

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Student-athletes get creative: approaching new workout routines

Whether Emily Thompson is listening to her favorite song, finishing homework, eating a quick snack or conversing with her teammates, the two hour round-trip...

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