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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Bring Clarity to the Gold Commitment

Every new school year brings its own sense of excitement as we all gear up to do our work. This year is special because,...

EDITORIAL: FBI undermines free press with fake news story

On Monday, Christopher Soghoian, the principal technologist for the American Civil Liberties Union, released in a tweet that the FBI created a fake news...

Elitist Economic Theory: A Democratic Debate Summary

As a student who has specific goals of not taking advantage of systemic inequality to further my own pursuit of wealth, I found last...

Catch the difference, wait nevermind.

At 6:40 a.m., I marched through the metal detectors in my high school cafeteria. My legs grew anxious from waiting for my bookbag to...

DePauw Greek Week: Unifying or divisive?

You might have noticed students around campus this week clad in greek letters eating Marvin's at nauseating speeds, running across Bowman Park with eggs...

Editorial: Is there an answer in Ferguson?

  Earlier this summer, two friends from Ferguson, Missouri, a northern munincipality in St. Louis, were walking home in the middle of the...

Uncertainty about the future isn’t a bad thing

When you find yourself at school freshmen year, it seems that one of the most common questions your fellow peers ask you is "what...

Letter to the Editor

Yes, it's the Christmas season, the season to be happy, merry and spend time with family, friends and loved ones. It's that time of...

OPINION: The idea of kegs returning to DePauw is improbable

Jackson Mote is a junior French major from Indianapolis. CHRISTA SCHRODEL / THE DEPAUW  Kegs could be brought back but it...

OPINION: In defense of the unpalatable: Protection of hate speech

From The Prindle Post On Wednesday, Sept. 3, a group of fundamentalist Christians picketed the DePauw University campus, holding signs decrying the sins...
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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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