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TDP Post-It: Tuesday, April 20

1. President White Responds to Chauvin Trial Verdict Following the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, President Lori White sent a mass email on Tuesday, April 20...

TDP Post-It Wed. Sept. 2

Will Lily open? Plans for the Lily Recreational Center to open to students are still in the process of obtaining approval. Currently, students are...

Taking Up Her Space: Felicia Santiago ‘14 Alumni Spotlight

Felicia Santiago, director of last week's production of Brainpeople, is not simply a lover of theater, but an educator, a killer kickboxer, and a...

Brainpeople: Not Your Average Dinner Party

Looking for an excuse to procrastinate homework? A chance to escape your dorm and travel to a magical and haunting dystopia while staying right...

What Does it Mean to Be a Team? “The Wolves” Preview

The set is simple, merely a floor of astroturf. The costumes barely change, and the cast is small. Only ten actresses ever cross the...

Saucy wordplay, monsters, and comedy oh my!

If the original “Frankenstein” was too scary for you, fear not. “Young Frankenstein” has all the best parts of Mary Shelley’s work, but with...

Giving Shakespeare a facelift: “The Taming of the Shrew” at Shakespeare...

What has gender-blind roles, a bee suit, and an early 1900s twist? This year’s annual production of Shakespeare in the Park. “The Taming of...

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NAIPA land acknowledgment in the works

DePauw’s Native American and Indigenous People’s Association (NAIPA) is in the process of creating a land acknowledgment. Juniors Hannah and Holly Buchanan, members of...

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