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Greisy Genao self-publishes “despierta.,” writes about her identity as a queer...

The book consists of 16 poems and discusses a range of topics, from political issues to Genao’s experience as a queer Latina poet.

Ten Resilient Women

For Women's History Month, The DePauw has interviewed ten resilient women who lead and inspire. Along with their achievements, these women embrace their intersectionality.

Review of Grateful Pie: a new restaurant option in walking distance...

Compared to other pizza joints in Greencastle, I would rank Grateful Pie at the top-- but not by much.

Tiger Takeout brings food to your door

While most DePauw University students must balance homework, a social life, and extracurriculars, junior Andrew Bailey and seniors Kevin Keene and Ian Good have...

The Survivor Who Walks Among Us An account of sexual assault...

*Trigger warning: This article contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to some readers. Junior Aika Torres was 18 years old...

Professor Suarez and her year teaching at a women’s prison

Professor Suarez's experiences at the prison have already changed the way she thinks about DePauw.

Back to School: 10 tips for a winning semester

1. Get organized - Although it has been said that the most creative people are also the messiest, the beginning of the school year is...

Jenna Fischer of ‘The Office’ to be next Ubben Lecture speaker

This spring the Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series will be inviting another speaker to DePauw University’s campus.

Getting out of campus without a car: Free shuttles in fashion

A white minibus with the DePauw University logo left the Union Building at noon Feb. 24 with 27 students. The bus arrived at the...

Get to know your finalists

The 2018 finalists for the Walker Cup and the Murad Medal have been announced, and the winner will be chosen on Friday at the...
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Black History Month speaker brings valuable dialogue to campus

In honor of Black History Month, Menna Demessie, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Vice President of Policy and Research, discussed the continued prevalence of race...

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