By: Adrienne Westenfeld '15
It’s been another eventful week at DePauw--here’s the rundown on what you missed.
In the School of Music, the Faculty Select Series continued with a performance from the Faculty Woodwind Ensemble, whose selections ranged from the baroque to the contemporary. In the meantime, the DePauw Percussion Ensemble welcomed percussion alumni to celebrate the work of Dr. Amy Lynn...Read the Post |   0 Comments
On my second trip to DePauw as a senior in high school, I saw them. I was outside of the Hub when I looked to my left and saw two cats gathered underneath a table. I thought that their placement was some sort of a marketing scheme by the DePauw “Tigers” but I later learned that the Putnam County humane society shut down. The cats now live on our campus – around six of them – and live in the bushes...Read the Post |   0 Comments
For most, music just makes everything 10 times better—I think we can all agree on that (and if you don’t, well then you’re obviously no fun). Anyway, I honestly can’t do anything without listening to music somehow. Even showering. For those who live on my floor, they always know it’s me in the shower because I tend to play the same 8 songs every day.
Showers are already relaxing, so why not play music...Read the Post |   0 Comments
For whatever reason, all of the students at DePauw really enjoy keeping ourselves extremely busy. Like really busy. Whether it be sports, philanthropy events, Greek life, or (of course) class and studying, most of us have a whole lot going on.
When I first came to college, I was totally convinced I could handle it all on my own, no problem. Surprise: I was wrong. But then the heavens opened up and...Read the Post |   0 Comments
Everyone has a couple of favorite, if not only favorite, room to study in around campus. A place where you know you’ll get all your homework and studying done. Just because DePauw has a small campus, doesn’t mean there aren’t any low-key rooms around—these especially come in handy during finals week.
1. PCCM Bullpen:
Being a communications major and a part of WGRE and D3TV, I practically live...Read the Post |   0 Comments