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Tigers Go Home (And Abroad) for the Holidays

With finals ending on Dec. 16, a break from the busy semester is tantalizingly close, as DePauw students push through to the end of...

Eid unites DePauw Muslim students

On Tuesday, May 3, the Muslim Student Association (MSA) hosted a formal dinner in the UB ballroom to celebrate Eid, a Muslim celebration that...

Ramadan Mubarak! DePauw Muslim community fasts and celebrates

Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community, is being preserved...

Japanese Spring Festival: Promoting Cultural Diversity On Campus

 “Omatsuri” is a famous summer festival in Japan held in worship of Buddha or gods. On Saturday, the DePauw J-club hosted the Japanese Spring...

Passover Seder returns to the Elms

Monday, Apr. 18 marked the return of a longstanding DePauw tradition—the celebration of the Passover Seder at the President’s home, the Elms. Because of...

OPINION: It’s more than a food - Ignorance at its most...

Block is a sophomore English writing and Spanish double major from Glenview, Illinois. CLAIRE ZINGRAFF / THE DEPAUW I’ve never been really...

OPINION: The effects of eco-friendly holiday shopping

Kojo Addaquay is a junior Environmental Fellow from Accra, Ghana. The end of the year has finally arrived, and along with...

DePauw Hillel's sukkah sheds light on Jewish holiday of Sukkot

Hillel's sukkah stands in Holton Memorial Quad in obserance of Sukkot. TYLER MURPHY / THE DEPAUW Though Peace Camp has packed...