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Trustees call vote of “no confidence” in President McCoy ‘disheartening’

In a letter addressed to DePauw Faculty, the Board of Trustees called the result of the vote of no confidence “disheartening” as 31 percent...

Faculty vote “no confidence” in President McCoy

The faculty have voted that they have no confidence in President Mark McCoy. The vote was 83 members who voted “yes” in regards to...

Alumni, faculty, students respond to faculty vote of no confidence

Alaina Stellwagen, Katie Hunger, Maria Mendez, Maddy McTigue, Reid Cooper, and Peter Nicieja contributed to this story.  Following the results of the faculty vote of...

Faculty to hold vote of no confidence next week

A vote of no confidence will be held by secret electronic ballot on Nov. 13, according to Chair of Faculty Howard Brooks, in earlier...

Updates on the Drinking Culture at DePauw

There has been a reduction in high risk drinking on DePauw University’s campus, said President Mark McCoy in a student-wide email sent out Oct....

Board approves tuition increase in 2020

* Story updated on Nov. 2

Fourth incident of hate speech occurs

Another incident of hate speech occurred on the evening of October 30th, making it the 4th bias incident to happen this month, according to...

DePauw tuition, fees and room and board increase will occur again...

DePauw University’s consistent increase in tuition, fees, and room and board will be seen again in the next academic year, as the Board of...

DePauw Hillel stands surrounded by community at vigil against hate

As junior Victor Alfonso read the Jewish Mourner Kaddish, sophomore Maggie Ephraim thought she’d likely be one of about five people standing as she...

Hate is rising: how does DePauw react?

In October alone,  DePauw experienced four bias incidents targeting African-Americans, Asians, and the LGBTQ community. Last semester, seven such incidents were reported to DePauw’s...
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