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President McCoy to Resign 2019-2020 Academic Year

This story will be updated. President Mark McCoy will resign after the 2019-2020 academic year, according to an email announcement this morning sent to students...

Three Greencastle High School students accused of racial bias incident at...

*This story has been updated* Three Greencastle High School students have been accused of the April 16 racial bias incident in the Nature Park, according...

Prevo Library to Close in 2021

Prevo Science Library, housed on the first floor of Julian Science and Mathematics Center, is scheduled to close down in June 2021, according to...

DEPAUWTY’S OVER; binge drinking culture continues to increase

Last weekend, sophomore Lauren White witnessed an incident that has been seen too often on DePauw University’s campus this year: a student being transported...

DePauw to replace hard alcohol with kegs

DePauw University intends to ban hard alcohol from registered parties and allow kegs instead for the first time in years. The decision was made as...

Student activists demand a sanctuary campus

“Say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcomed here,” chanted a large group of student activists as they walked across DePauw University’s campus. Students...

No reported rapes on DePauw’s campus make it to court in...

When it comes to charging DePauw students, particularly in relation to sexual assault, the county prosecutor does not think DePauw students should be treated any differently from Greencastle residents.

“Meet our demands. We are not safe.”

Student activists march into press conference and another bias incident occurs on campus

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...

News of Osama Bin Laden’s death sweeps across campus

As fireworks pop across campus and students flock to TVs and social media, the world is swept off its feet by news of the...
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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.