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Love Inflamed, Love In Flames

On Nov. 29, Music for the Stage performed “Love Inflamed, Love in Flames” at the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media. Directed by Dr. Janani...

A Brief History of Conflict in Israel-Palestine

Israel was declared a state in 1948 as a response to rising anti-semitism in Europe and the horrors of the Holocaust, according to the...

Pulliam Center Construction Updates

Named after a five million dollar donation from a prominent Indiana newspaper family, the Pulliam Centre for Contemporary Media, or PCCM, has served as...

DePauw Students React to Removal of Speaker of the House

On Tuesday, Oct. 3rd, 2023, it was announced that the United States House of Representatives voted “216 to 210 to remove California Republican Kevin...

The WGA Remains on Strike

On May 2, 2023, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) launched a strike against the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) that...

An Overview of the 2027 Strategic Plan: Opportunities and Struggles

On Aug. 15, students received an email from Vice President of Finance and Administration Andrea Young, announcing that on-campus jobs will now only be...

Combatting COVID: How to Stay Healthy at DePauw

Since COVID-19 hit the world monumentally in 2019, it is unfortunately on the rise again. In the past week, there have been seven deaths...

Construction at DePauw Continues

DePauw is a historically liberal arts school, vibrant with education and diversity as well as teachers who go above and beyond to connect with...

Supreme Court Marks the End of Affirmative Action

Affirmative action, defined as policies designed to provide equal opportunities in education, employment, and other areas for historically marginalized or underrepresented groups, was ended...

Is DePauw in a financial crisis?

According to DePauw’s audited financial statement from 2022, the university’s total expenses in 2022 have exceeded revenues by $7,506,457, meaning that the school is...