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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Those who jump to conclusions jump off a cliff

By John Cusumano In last week’s The DePauw, Professor Douglas Harms wrote an article entitled “‘House of Scaife’ Podcast Can Change DePauw’s Date Rape Culture...

“House of Scaife” Podcast Can Change DePauw’s Date Rape Culture for...

“We really want to believe that rapists are deviant people in our normal culture.  But what if, when we look closely, we discover...

Fire Hazards: a Bigger Priority than Sexual Assault

My friend and I were having a discussion the other day, and she told me a story that filled me with so much disgust...

Letter to the Editor

To the DePauw Community, This week before Labor Day, I am writing about the one percent salary increase employees were given this year. Our health...

It’s time to stop saying the administration hates Greek life

While the administration may hate the sexual assault, binge drinking, and hazing that seems to come along with Greek life, they do not hate...

Letter to the Editor – We are a united front: students,...

The students of this university have no confidence in this administration’s ability to take care of its DePauw community. Last semester, we watched as...

Letter to the Editor: From Alumni to President McCoy and the...

Dear President McCoy and the Board of Trustees, As alumni, we write this letter to express extreme concern over recent displays of racism on DePauw’s...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I want to publicly apologize to victims of sexual assault on our campus.  Let me explain. I'm aware that sexual assault is a major...

Letter to the DePauw Community from AAAS

To The DePauw Community, As this semester comes to a close, we, the Association of African American Students (AAAS), write this letter to this...

Letter to the Editor: How Harmful is Segregated Housing to Campus...

On September 7, 2016, an article appeared in The DePauw hailing the creation of Rainbow Floor, a residential floor for members and allies of...
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