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Support For Students: Title IX Assistance

Photo and Words by Grace Vanderbur On Monday February 24, the jury found Harvey Weinstein guilty of two counts of predatory sexual assault. As the...

Food and Fun: DePauw After Dark

For the past couple years, DePauw After Dark has offered students free food and activities on the weekends. Julia Sutherlin, Assistant Dean of Campus...

BUST-A-FIT Ft. Baffour Darko

Baffour talks style in Ghana versus the U.S, gauging levels of drip, and having your own style  Byron: We’re here with Baffour. Definitely has a...

Culture Shock, Student Perspective

Culture shock is the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is thrust into an unfamiliar way of life. People come to DePauw from...

Cape Town and Cockroaches: An Interview with Julia Briggs

We sat down with senior art major Julia Briggs to talk about her studies at DePauw and her internship in Cape Town, South Africa...

Got Hoops?

Hello, hello, hello! This week, I am writing about a band that I was initially drawn to after discovering their hometown. Hoops is a...

Review: DePauw Takes on Oscar Wilde in "The Importance of Being...

A bumbling love story, a strong name and cucumber sandwiches encompass the comedy that is “The Importance of Being Ernest.” The expertly executed production,...

Giving attention to those history has erased

Photographer, Ken Gonzales-Day uses sites of lynching in California as a subject “I choose to be an artist. There was something for me about creating...

The face behind BrainWave Apparel

Meet Flynn Sheehan: a first-year from Oak Park, Illinois, member of DePauw University’s men’s soccer team, and a budding entrepreneur. Sheehan, along with a...

Coming Out Monologues celebrate LGBTQIA+ identities on campus

To celebrate National Coming Out Day, United DePauw and Queer Students of Color (QSOC) are co-sponsoring the fifth annual Coming Out Monologues with food,...