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Nathalie Anderson visits DePauw University as first Kelley Writer Series...

Poet Nathalie Anderson talks to a group of students ater her reading on Sept. 11.  LEAH WILLIAMS / THE DEPAUW Poet...

Fraternity men 'ready to lose' their belongings

Fraternities at DePauw often receive noise complaints and citations on a regular basis throughout the school year. Early on this semester, however, fraternities have...

DePauw student government hopes for improvements on campus

New Student Body President, senior Cody Watson sees room for improvement in DePauw Student Government (DSG). He believes there is a better approach than...

Faculty funding changes leave some upset

With the development funding changing for DePauw University's faculty, some members are not pleased. In an all-faculty meeting on Sept. 8, Jeff Kenney, faculty...

DePauw University creates new position for diversity and compliance

Renee Madison, '95, returns to DePauw this year as senior advister to the president for diveristy and compliance.  COURTESY OF DEPAUW UNIVERSITY Renee...

DePauw Student Government unveils new student space

Located in the basement of the Union Building, the new student space is open Monday through Friday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. for...

Hubbard Center introduces LEAP

With the new LEAP program (Learning Through Experiential Learning Program), the Hubbard Center hopes to put a new emphasis on a variety of skills...

DePauw University's campus farm grows into second year

Students harvest vegetables at DePauw University's campus farm. EMILY MCCARTER / THE DEPAUW Dirt crumbles through Paul Watts’s fingers...

DePauw University Office of Sustainability declares a war on waste

The Office of Sustainability has set its sights on managing and eliminating waste on DePauw’s campus for the 2014-2015 school year. The theme...

The DePauw endowment explained

A year-by-year snapshot of DePauw University's endowment.  GRAPHIC BY KAITLIN WIREY  correction: The dollar amounts should read millions.   ...