If visiting campus is the best way to get to know DePauw, a close second just might be hearing directly from our student bloggers.

Student Bloggers

  • Playing at the Next Level

    Suzanne Peters

    High school was when I truly fell in love with the sport of volleyball. My overall high school experience was highlighted by fierce competition, rivalry games and, above all, the close connections I built with my fellow teammates as we endured 6 am workouts and bumpy bus rides. So when we lost our last regional game, I knew I was not done… Read more.

  • Between Two Schools: Why DePauw

    Caitlin Muller

    I’ll never forget hopping off the plane after a long vacation during the winter break of my senior year of high school. After being out of the country, I quickly turned my phone on to receive the text messages and phone calls I missed over the past two weeks. After scrolling through various messages from friends, I found a voicemail on my… Read more.

  • Atypical Academic Opportunities Available at DePauw University

    Meg Morrow

    I started my freshman year at DePauw University with a very clear idea of the career path I wanted to follow. I was in the Media Fellows program and immediately got involved in The DePauw newspaper, rising to Managing Editor by just my sophomore year. I also had multiple radio shows on WGRE, one of which was called Tiger Talk where fellow… Read more.

Latest Posts

  • DePauw: My New Home

    Meredith Antley

    Coming from North Carolina, the majority of my friends applied, got in, and are currently at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (go Tar heels, am I right?). Unlike my friends, I knew that I wanted to be out of North Carolina, and meet new and different people.

    When I first heard of DePauw, I did not have any desire to apply, visit or drive the eight and a half hours through the corn fields to…

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  • Making Miracles: DePauw Dance Marathon

    Emmy Minturn

    I learned about Dance Marathon my freshman year at one of the activity fairs. Although I didn’t have dance marathon at my high school, which many do, DPUDM is one of the largest and fastest growing organizations on our campus, so I thought it would be a good way for me to get to know some of my fellow classmates. For those of you who don’t know what dance marathons are, they are semester long fundraising…

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  • Summer in Greencastle

    Clare Lansden

    By the end of my first semester Freshman year, I was ready to go back home to Springfield, IL.  My plan was to work at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, but plans soon changed for the better.  Just before the semester wrapped up, I was accepted to work as a Tour Guide Intern at the Office of Admission.  As I was looking forward to being a tour guide, I was hesitant at the idea of spending the…

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  • Moving Out Of My Comfort Zone, Getting All My Fitbit Steps In Everytime

    Emily Galloway

    The first couple of weeks back on campus are always a whirlwind.  Moving back to campus, seeing friends, and finding your groove can be difficult and it takes some time to get used to.  Now that we are almost a month into classes, things are starting to settle down. Every school year I make a new goal for myself to try something new around campus. Being from California, I love to be active and try…

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  • DeWords: Be In The Know - DePauw Student Lingo

    Ellie Locke

    Every college campus has their own lingo. Being a senior, I can proudly name a few of “DeWords”. After interviewing DePauw students, here is all lingo you must get to know in alphabetical order:

    Birks- (Birkenstocks) shoes seen on many feet of DePauw students

    Blend- smoothie bar created and planned out by a 2014 alum for her senior capstone project located on first floor of Lilly gym next to the…

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