DePauw Investment Group receives $1 million from Board of Trustees

DePauw’s Board of Trustees has officially granted the DePauw Investment Group $1 million to increase the club’s current assets, provide investing experience for students...

Indiana hate crimes bill advances despite conservative foes

By TOM DAVIES,  Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A bill aimed at removing Indiana from the list of just five states without a hate crimes...

ATO Denied Medical Amnesty: Nationals Revokes Almost Half of House’s Membership

Alpha Tau Omega was denied medical amnesty after a student was hospitalized for a near-fatal consumption of alcohol, according to DePauw University University’s Interfraternity Council...

Strategic Planning Committee Addresses Next Steps

The Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) is taking measures to address DePauw University’s financial security in the midst of concerns about the university’s future. The past...

Plans for Campus Renovations Proceed Despite Financial Difficulties

DePauw’s campus will undergo several developments in the coming years including renovations to first-year residence halls, Roy O. West Library, and upperclassmen living units,...

SAE to Begin Reestablishment of Chapter

Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) has begun laying the foundations for a return to DePauw University’s campus. In April 2016, SAE’s Indiana Delta Chapter at DePauw...

Two Students Face Charges In Minor In Consumption Case

This story was updated on Feb. 11 at 9:50 p.m. The recent arrest of two DePauw students for providing alcohol to a minor has drawn...

Dr. Morris Kicks Off Black History Month Events with Well-Attended Talk...

The first name that pops into everyone’s mind when the Civil Rights movement is mentioned is Martin Luther King Jr. How long would it...

Recruitment Numbers Unaffected by Chapter Suspensions, Greek Advisers Say

Although Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Alpha Theta were suspended from this year’s formal recruitment, final numbers indicate that the suspensions had little to...

Greencastle Community Talks NAACP Chapter Relaunch

Members of the Greencastle and DePauw communities met in the basement of Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church on Jan. 26 to discuss a possible...
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