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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Second School of Music dean candidate to visit campus Monday

The second candidate for the Dean of the School of Music arrives Sunday to interact with students and faculty.   Currently the chair of music...

Structural changes on campus central to DePauw 2020’s community overhaul

A prospective student drives down Anderson Street and passes through a set of gates at the entrance to Bloomington Street. She drives on past...

Off-campus study application numbers are lower than expected

Using a new all-online submission system, applications for off-campus opportunities during the 2011-2012 school year were due Tuesday. However, the Office of Civic and...

Fitness center aims to enforce ID policy

Athletic department staff brought old rules back from the dead in the fitness center last week, as an announcement on e-Services said students are...

Students and faculty adjust to new card readers, printers

Sophomore Ariana Mckeithen-Mead didn't understand why the new printers didn't work for her at first.  "Apparently my name is too long," she said. "It took...

City issues survey to prepare for youth summit

The city of Greencastle wants to know what students think about the city. Cue the 2011 Greencastle Youth Engagement Summit (YES), an "event designed to...

Despite weather, recruitment numbers strong

Rush ended Saturday and Sunday for Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council, respectively. Last week's weather caused a minor issue, and Internet problems delayed Bid Night...

Total cost of attendance set to increase nearly 6 percent in...

The cost of attending DePauw for the 2011-2012 academic year will increase from the current amount to a total price of $46,700. The University's...

Internet crash complicates rush weekend

With a new Internet-based software, the Interfraternity Council rolled through the first two rounds of rush with no organizational problems. But that all ended...
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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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