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  • What's Marvin's?

    Rachel Hanebutt '15

    From university-planned events to student traditions, DePauw is a socially vibrant campus with many fun things to do on nights and weekends. A campus favorite, Marvin's, is a diner located on the edge of campus that has been serving DePauw and Greencastle customers since the 1970s. Known as "Marvs" to students and alums, this local landmark is the home of the "GCB" or Garlic Cheeseburger and delivers...

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  • Distance Relationships

    Cory Hall '16

    Distance makes the heart grow fonder they say. Oh I am not talking about a significant other…I’m talking about my friends. One interned in LA for most of the summer, another is in Italy, and another is in Cape Town, South Africa. My DePauw family is from Connecticut/New York, Minnesota, southern Indiana, and Ohio to name a few. And here in Chicago, I miss them.

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  • From Farms To Fame

    Kevin Bugielski '16

    Let's talk about polar opposites, shall we? Because quite frankly, it doesn't get more opposite than Greencastle, Indiana and Los Angeles, California. Going into my internship at The Ellen DeGeneres Show, I knew that life in LA would be different than life in Greencastle. Little did I know that the term "different" would quickly turn into an understatement. Honestly...I was lost and overwhelmed in...

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  • What Ubben Lectures Reveal About DePauw

    Rachel Hanebutt '15

    In the past year, I have been fortunate enough to see New York Times writer, David Brooks, Author of Orange is the New Black, Piper Kerman,  Dan Quayle '69, the 44th Vice President of the United States, Talk Show Host, Jimmy Kimmel and Indianapolis Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck on the same stage. These big names are just additions to the list of highly esteemed individuals who DePauw, with the help...

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  • 22 Things I Learned My First-Year

    Kaitlyn Groce '18

    When I was searching and deciding on a college, I was being bombarded with tips of things that college students said they wished they had known coming into their freshman years. I found it annoying because those students didn’t know me, and they didn’t know what I wanted out of my college experience. I decided that I benefited more from things that students had learned throughout their freshman years...

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