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Native Pride Dancers perform in Kresge

On March 10, Native Pride Dancers’ performance was held in the GCPA for the public, hosted by the School of Music, Prindle Institute for...

Layla Abroad: Five-Sense Streaming: The Summer Walker “Over It” Multisensory Album...

Listening and streaming to the earliest or latest album by a music artist is a pleasurable experience for anyone who has become a recent...

TDP Post-It: Monday, Nov 29

1. Welcome Back Welcome back to campus, Tigers! Classes resume today.  2. String and General Chamber Music Today, tomorrow, and Wednesday, at 7:30, String and General Chamber...

Top 10 Songs to Add to Your Halloween Playlist

As the October days fly by and autumn brings colder weather, the Halloween spirit approaches. Here are 10 songs for your Halloween playlist to...

TDP Post-It: Monday, Sept. 27

1. Fall Break Residence Application Students living in university housing and Greek Life facilities must fill out an application telling the university if they will...

Sounds Of The Summer

Summer 2021 marked fresh starts for an emerging and evolving world in the midst of COVID-19. We watched the world slowly open up as...

More Than A Million: Aaliyah’s Music Re-released

It has been years since Aaliyah Haughton’s music has been available to the public. Though Haughton has managed to keep her R&B presence years...

DePauw Art Walk: Showcasing Creatives on Campus

After months of planning, the DePauw Contemporary Ensemble will host their first DePauw Art Walk this weekend. The interactive art festival will take place...

Jack Omstead: DePauw’s Spotify Star

Filled with catchy synth leads and stacked vocal harmonies, senior Jack Omstead’s music blends the best of mid 2000’s hip hop with a modern...

Smallpools Rocks Their Way Onto WGRE

Written by Shelby Schoen and Jayden McAlister. WGRE has added some feel-good, head-bopping tracks to its catalogue this semester. From big names like Bob Marley and...