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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Bottled water ban to be revisited

Student Senate announced at its meeting Sunday night that surveys will be circulated among the student body in order to evaluate the impacts of...

Campus crime

April 15 •Noise — loud music/people •Made contact with house representation/ verbal warning issued |Time: 12:52 a.m. | Place: Sigma Chi fraternity • Theft of money...

International students struggle to find post-grad jobs in the U.S.

International students seem to be having a tougher time when it comes to finding jobs after graduation than their domestic counterparts. Many prospective students are...

Charles & Nic

CHARLES PIERRE moved to Haiti when he was 10 and stayed there until he was 15. His parents still live in the island nation...

Winter Term changes passed at February faculty meeting

Professors are no longer required to teach Winter Term, students only need two instead of three Winter Term courses to graduate and some courses...

Standards for merit scholarships rise as university pushes need-based aid

Students applying and enrolling to DePauw University have always done so with the knowledge of the university's high academic standards. But students now applying to...

Bonner Scholar leads team to rebuild Greencastle’s website

When Greencastle mayor Sue Murray, (D), sat down with DePauw University junior and Bonner Scholar Richard Walsh last summer, she had no idea the meeting...

Hipsterdom: contemporary wisdom in pop culture

Urban Dictionary defines hipsters, that most ambiguous division of individuals, as "a subculture of men and women that value independent thinking, counter-culture, progressive politics,...

Heavy rain causes flooding in basements around campus

Tony Robertson, assistant director of facilities, received news at 7 a.m. Monday morning that several buildings sustained water damage. Within the hour, Robertson dispatched teams...

Corrections and clarifications

In the editorial, "Students full-time but library isn't," which appeared in the April 19 issue, Samuel Weigley did not participate because he was out...
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Early numbers show significantly smaller class of 2023

Following the May 1 deadline, only 445 first-year students have committed to attending DePauw University in fall of 2019, President Mark McCoy announced at the end of Monday’s monthly faculty meeting. This means the incoming class could be nearly 20% smaller than the goal size as well as 20% smaller than the class of 2022.