Can you recycle a house? Students inspect a condemned property near the Campus Farm to prepare for its "unbuilding." Read more in "(Un)Building a House"
Professor Brian Wright and Jimmy McDonnell ’17 study human biomechanics using motion analysis software and underwater video cameras in Erdmann Natatorium. Read more in "The Body in Motion"
This January, we highlighted the courses and trips that make Winter Term a special time to be a DePauw student. Read more at "22 Days of Winter Term"
For the sixth consecutive year, DePauw University is among the nation's leading producers of Fulbright winners. Read more in DePauw News
Visualizing the world with Geographic Information Systems at GIS Day 2016. Read more about DePauw's GIS Center
Anna Savery '18 put her history education to use during a summer internship before leaving for a semester abroad at one of Europe's oldest universities. Read more in "History, Practiced and Learned"
ARW is a great way to connect with classmates and friends, engage faculty members in opportunities for lifelong learning and celebrate alumni achievement. See Photos from Alumni Reunion Weekend 2017
Hubbard Center Career Adviser Nick Minich walks recent grads through crafting an effective resume. Read more at the Hubbard Center Blog
Independent filmmaker Matthew Herbertz teaches filmmaking to students in DePauw's Film Studies Program. Read more: "Filmmaking Premieres at DePauw"
High-altitude filmmaker and mountaineer Bradley C. Clement ’93 sets sights on snow leopard conservation. Read more in "Peak Aspirations"
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Christine H. Kim, a May 2017 graduate of DePauw University, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching English in Thailand after being awarded an English…
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Richard Peck, a 1956 graduate of DePauw University, is being honored by the 2017 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards for his latest work, The Best Man. It is…
Loaded with more than five hours of content, including footage of each member of DePauw University's Class of 2017 receiving a diploma, the DVD of the…
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A major capital gift from Timothy and Sharon Ubben, two of the greatest benefactors in DePauw University's 180-year-history, will create a new home for…
September 6, 2017 - 7:30pm
Kelly Writers Series presents: Randall Horton
Faculty Select Series: May Phang, piano, Ming-Hui Kuo, percussion, Craig Paré, percussion, and Ann DuHamel, guest pianist
2017 Graduate and Professional School Fair
Bob Cathcart '82 is CEO of Clear Guide Medical
Community Service of Jinsie Bingham '56 Yields Golden Hoosier Award
Former Tiger Assistant Swim Coach Justin Jennings Dies
Campus Project Updates
School of Music
Ranging from Honor Scholar to programs focused on the environment, management, media and science research.
Won, in consecutive years, by the DePauw Tigers, including their first year in the North Coast Athletic Conference.
Forty-five are offered in the College of Liberal Arts, and three degree programs are offered in the School of Music.
The DePauw student newspaper has been in publication since 1852, making it the oldest student newspaper in Indiana at 165 years published.