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Free speech forum provides insight to First Amendment

“Some ideas are like lightning rods for making people uncomfortable, and for good reason. Arguments are tied to people’s feelings,” Cameron Okeke from The...

Racial bias incident occurs on corner of Hanna and Locust St....

A bias incident was reported late last night. At the corner of Hanna and Locust St., the occupants of a red vehicle yelled a...

Race and equity classes ending after 8 weeks

A group of DePauw University faculty, staff, and members of the President’s Cabinet will finish up an online course concerning race and equity on...

Issues with student drinking decrease

The average blood alcohol count, or BAC, of DePauw University students hospitalized under alcohol-related admittance has reportedly dropped by 41 percent, when compared to...

Employee healthcare changes to save $700,000

DePauw employees will see several changes to their health care plans beginning Jan. 1, in an effort to reduce costs incurred by the University. Most...

Sorority property now open for first-year women

First-year women can now visit Panhellenic houses starting Oct. 2.

SAE’s return still up in the air

In May 2018, The DePauw published an article detailing the re-establishment attempts being made by Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Fraternity on DePauw University’s campus....

DePauw Student Has a Direct Connection to Deadly Hurricane Florence

The impact of deadly Hurricane Florence has not only affected residents of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, but has also had a direct...

No developments on the four unsolved bias incident stories

The start of a new academic year does not mean that the six bias incidents that took place last semester on DePauw’s campus are...

DePauw Faculty raised concern about their treatment and value in front...

Some members of DePauw University faculty continued to raise concern about their treatment and value in front of administrators during a two-and-a-half-hour faculty meeting...
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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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