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First-Year Orientation Helps International Students Begin Semester Successfully

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International Student Orientation International student move-in for the Fall semester was staggered from Aug. 16 to 22 due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, though most first-years...

First-Year From Home: Online Learning and Mentoring

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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...

Enforcing the Guidelines During COVID-19: An Inside Look at First-Year RA's

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From the awkward first encounter with roommates and neighbors to the unpredictable South Quad fire alarms, living as a first-year on Depauw’s campus is...

TDP Post-It: Wed Sept. 9

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1. Number of virtual classes versus in-person classes Of the 680 courses that DePauw is offering this fall, only eight are designated as "face to...

Number of Prospective Student Applications Up From Last Year

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  The number of Depauw applications have increased in the past year. Comparatively, DePauw has received 5,434 applications this year as opposed to the 4,855...

First-Year Spotlight: Kelsey Owen

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First-year Kelsey Owen is proof that just because you are a first-year it doesn’t mean you can’t make an impact on campus and in...

Worst Roommate Experiences

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Every year, many first-year students prepare themselves for a whole new roommate experience. With this preparation, certain questions come to mind: Will the roommate...

First Year Firsts: Cycling Class Edition

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Boy did that bust my butt! A perfect blend of cardio and calf-kicking, this cycling class offered a more than satisfactory end to my...

First-year baseball players bring childhood friendship to the diamond

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First-year baseball players bring childhood friendship to the diamond

First-Year’s Observations On DePauw Dialogue

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“From a community perspective, to have a shared community experience where we talk about systemic issues of power and privilege and diversity,” Madison said. “So it’s not a day off of class, it is a day where we all are engaging in one big campus community classroom.”

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