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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...

Women’s Safety Follow-up

In light of our March 11 article inquiring about women’s safety on campus, The DePauw Faculty Advisor Renee Thomas Woods, Editor-in-Chief Layla Brown-Clark, and...

Myers’ Market Purchases Property from DePauw for $290K

The week before spring break, students and Greencastle residents received news that Myers’ Market would be leaving its property. Myers’, a deli and butcher...

Ohio Derailment Waste Landfill in Putnam County

At the start of March, truckloads of hazardous materials from the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio started to arrive in Putnam County. Just...

DePauw students concerned about potentially unsafe housing conditions

Around the end of the Fall semester of the 2022-2023 year, Feminista! had a general body meeting, as they do every other Thursday. In...

Do women on DePauw's campus feel safe?

On Feb. 12, 2023, first-years Audrey Young and Aubrey Kress left the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house to get dinner at Hoover Dining Hall...

New Curriculum for Film and Media Arts

As a part of the development of the Creative School, still scheduled to launch in 2024, the Film Studies program is preparing a new...

3% Tuition Increase Raises 2023-24 Cost to Nearly $72,000

DePauw’s cost of attendance is nearly $72,000 for the 2023-24 academic year due to a 3% increase in tuition, room and board, according to...

TLC Relocated

As of the beginning of the Spring 2023 semester, the Learning Commons (TLC) has been relocated to the Roy O. West Library. During Roy’s...

First-year Applications up by 23%

DePauw has received over 7,000 first-year applications for the Class of 2027, which is a 23 percent increase since last year, according to Mary...