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Walking down Anderson Street between classes.

The future home of Welch Fitness Center. Construction is underway and the fitness center will open for Fall 2014.

Senior seminar in sociology delves into issues of race and ethnicity.

Tigers take on Ohio Wesleyan in a battle of top ten ranked teams.

The DePauw Orchestra performs in Kresge Auditorium.

Senior Matt Gleason over looks Kampala, Uganda on the Winter Term in Service Uganda trip May 2013.

Burkhart Walk in autumn.

Time in the biochemistry lab with Assistant Professor Dan Gurnon

Anderson Street as beautiful as ever. (Photo: Marilyn Culler)

Circled up in Holton Quad for a discussion during Peace Camp 2013.

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  • 23sports teams

    Including baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball.

  • 22graduates

    The number of DePauw alumni who have won Fulbright grants in the last three years alone. 

  • 5,259lbs. of produce

    DePauw's Campus Farm finished its first year having grown over five thousand pounds of healthy and locally-produced food for the DePauw community.

  • 162years published

    The DePauw student newspaper has been in publication since 1852, making it the oldest student newspaper in Indiana at 160 years published.