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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Column: Student attendance at athletic events is a joke

The women’s basketball team took the court in Neal Fieldhouse on Saturday for the NCAC Championship. Even with a championship on the line, the...

Tiger of the week

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Monon Bell attendance figures down in recent years

The Tiger’s success on the field this season, only tallying two losses, seems to have rekindled school spirit said DePauw’s Athletic Director, Stevie Baker-Watson.

Column: Cloverdale basketball gives town something to celebrate

Many Cloverdale residents locked up their homes and businesses early Saturday night to watch the Cloverdale High School varsity basketball team play for...


Get peppy early DePauw Student Government (DSG) will host a pep rally on Friday, Nov. 10 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on at? Stewart...

DePauw wins Monon for the first time since 2008

Led by senior quarterback Matt Hunt’s fantastic performance, the Tigers were victorious in a rivalry that has proved to be very one sided over the last decade.

DePauw’s low athletic retention rate not indicative to negative experiences

Emily Denhart came to DePauw University two and a half years ago with a plan in mind. She was going to be a communications...

Monon Bell brief

On Sept. 14, DePauw University students, faculty and staff will receive information through their email regarding how to get free Monon Bell football tickets....

40 Grams of Manhood: Protein Powder and Masculinity

The sport of running is fraught with damaging body-image ideals—especially for women. A recent article by the New York Times titled “Who Says Allie...

Tiger of the Week: Sam McManus

On Saturday, the DePauw men’s swimming and diving team finished in third place at the NCAC Championship after totaling 1,141.5 points in the meet....
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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...

The enigma of tuition