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The Academic Void Filled by Roy O. West

You cannot miss something you never knew. While hearing stories from seniors about the ‘good-old days’ when Roy was still open, this sentiment was shared...

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...

My Favorite Study Spots in the New Roy O. West Library

After three long years of studying in the nooks and crannies of DePauw’s campus and struggling to find a quiet place to do homework,...

Roy is Back

After a closure that lasted over two academic years, Roy O. West Library has opened its doors once again. A few features of the...

2022 commencement relocated due to Roy O. West Library construction delay

Reconstruction on the Roy O. West Library is expected to be finished by December 2022 at the earliest. The facility has been closed since...

Roy O. West Set To Open In Spring of 2023

If you’ve been on Indiana St. this semester, you may have noticed the construction signs and the missing bricks in the back of Roy...

$30 Million Renovations Will "Transform" Roy O. West Library

A $30 million renovation beginning in March will “transform” Roy O. West library, according to a DePauw University press release.  Rick Provine, dean of libraries,...

Work-Study Students Take On More Duties After Library Layoffs

Following the 56 staff layoffs last spring— which included some library staff members— , DePauw University Libraries increased its number of work study students...

Faculty Meeting Discusses Budget Following Board of Trustees Visit

Many budget announcements were made during the October faculty meeting. Kathy Vrabeck, chair of the Board of Trustees, started the meeting with a report...

Adjusted Library Schedule Limits Study Hours, Spaces

At 11:50 p.m. the Roy O. West library intercom notifies students that they have 10 minutes before the library closes. Last year, that announcement didn’t come until 1:50 a.m. The new shortened library hours have left many students asking, ‘“Why?”