Former British Prime Minister David Cameron meets with DePauw students during his Ubben Lecture visit. Read more
Cullen Hunter '17 traveled to Rome's Gustolab International Institute for Food Studies to study the science and culture of food. Read more in "A Closer Look at Food"
The Monon Bell returns to Greencastle after DePauw edges Wabash 37-34. Learn the history of the Monon Bell rivalry
Throughout January, we're highlighting the courses and trips that make Winter Term a special time to be a DePauw student. 22 Days of Winter Term
92 percent of the Class of 2015 is employed in a job or internship or pursuing graduate school. Read more about 2015 outcomes
Visualizing the world with Geographic Information Systems at GIS Day 2016. Read more about DePauw's GIS Center
Yuka Kitajima ‘17 shares her Honor Scholar senior thesis with members of the DePauw community. Read more in "Thesis Statements"
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"
Hoover Hall, the University’s new 48,600 square-foot dining hall, opens for service. Read more: "A Transformational Addition to the DePauw Campus"
Independent filmmaker Matthew Herbertz teaches filmmaking to students in DePauw's Film Studies Program. Read more: "Filmmaking Premieres at DePauw"
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Members of the DePauw Chamber Symphony are spending Winter Term on a nine-day tour of England.
"As America prepares to install Mike Pence as the sixth vice president from Indiana, it’s well past time to take another, and more positive, look at the…
A Chronicle of Higher Education analysis ranks DePauw University #13 for freshman retention rate in 2014 among private, nonprofit colleges and universities…
"In spite of all the difficulties of the world that we live in, we should approach them with confidence in our values," David Cameron, the former Prime…
Barbara Kingsolver, award-winning and best-selling author and 1977 graduate of DePauw University, is among five acclaimed authors who will be inducted…
February 7, 2017 - 11:30am
The Robert C. McDermond Center Speaker Series: Jamie Lewis '98
Kelly Writers Series presents: Shulem Deen
DePauw School of Music Opera
Juried Student Art Exhibition On View, Feb. 2 - March 1
Inc. Calls Two Sentences from Brad Stevens '99 "The Best Advice You'll Hear Today"
Prof. Lili Wright's Dancing with the Tiger is Finalist for Edgar Allan Poe Award
Campus Project Updates
School of Music
Forty-five are offered in the College of Liberal Arts, and three degree programs are offered in the School of Music.
Of produce is grown by the Campus Farm for the DePauw community.
Playing 23 intercollegiate sports in the North Coast Athletic Conference.
Participate in summer research projects each year.