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Professor Clark Sage

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Clark Sage had never heard of anthropology until he was invited to a friend’s class as the guest speaker during his undergraduate years. The...

Professor Logan Dandridge

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Logan Dandridge is a Digital Studies professor whose work in filmmaking deals with profound racial issues such as identity and politics. Dandridge grew up in...

Professor Caroline Good

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“I strongly believe that if everyone did theater, we would have world peace— and I’m adamant about both. Even at the community level, whether...

Professor Deborah Douglas

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At only 8 years old, Deborah Douglas knew that she wanted to be a journalist. She remembered moments when adults towered over her younger...

Sika Monyo

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“Life has no meaning without passion,” said first-year Sika Monyo. For her, fashion and everything connected to creating wearable art is her greatest passion....

J Selke

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J Selke believes in being intentional behind everything they do, especially when it comes to their passion: centering transgender and non-binary folk. “I know...

Keisuke Ohtani

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Keisuke Ohtani purchased his first camera in Japan prior to moving to the United States to document his college experience. Now, Ohtani has not...

Andrew Brown

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Andrew Brown didn’t let a lack of musicians of color discourage his music career. Instead, he used the opportunity to define his experience. The...

Janeya Cunningham

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Janeya Cunningham is a first-generation college student, yet DePauw won’t be the final chapter in her academic journey. Cunningham has her sights set higher...

Lindsey Welp

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If you are ever walking in what is affectionately called Bum Alley in the Green Center for Contemporary Arts, you will most likely see...

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