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Film department adds production courses to curriculum

Professor Herbertz wants his students to learn filmmaking skills and also become “thinkers who have purpose behind the content they create.”

‘The Good Person of Szechwan’ to include original music and choreography...

DePauw University’s theatre department is taking a contemporary approach to the “The Good Person of Szechwan” with original music by senior Jerald Parks and original choreography by junior Uriah Brown.

Puerto Rico: la isla del encanto

"I cannot understand how 3.5 million citizens that have American citizenship are not allowed to vote for their Commander in Chief by the same country that asks them to fight in their wars."

DePauw’s art collection continues to grow, gaining recognition

The art collection holds over 3,600 items and is a mixed collection of paintings, works on paper, sculpture, and furniture

Greisy Genao self-publishes “despierta.,” writes about her identity as a queer...

The book consists of 16 poems and discusses a range of topics, from political issues to Genao’s experience as a queer Latina poet.

Den closes with opening of Hoover Hall

The Hoover Hall opening may mean students won’t have to walk all the way over to the Inn at DePauw, but it does mean the closing of the Den in its current form.

Fiddle ‘n’ Feet to bring Old Time music and dance to...

The group plays old-time, traditional Americana music, drawing on a broad range of North American and Celtic traditions.

Chris Mosier, Team USA member, discusses LGBTQ inclusion in athletics

Chris Mosier discussed his experience not only as a transgender athlete, but also the role athletics played in his life before and during the transition process.

Leslie Odom Jr. delivers powerful Ubben Lecture

Hours before the first Ubben Lecture of the 2016 school year, students were camped out in the Green Center for Performing Arts

Leslie Odom Jr's journey to finding his spotlight

Odem will grace the halls of the Green Center of Performing arts as the first Ubben Lecturer to include an actual performance.