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  • This Week At DePauw - March 6 -March 13, 2015

    Adrienne Westenfeld ‘15

    By: Adrienne Westenfeld '15

    Spring is springing at DePauw at long last! We’ve been spending most of the week enjoying the sunshine, but here’s the weekly rundown of what we accomplished when playtime was over.

    The School of Music enjoyed a series of 21CM-focused panels with artists-in-residence Fifth House Ensemble. Fifth House joined Dr. Bonnie Whiting’s entrepreneurship class to discuss self-marketing...

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  • On Being a Lilly Scholar at DePauw

    Ashley Wong ‘16

    Around this time three years ago, I received the best news a senior in high school could ever receive—I was the “2012 Lilly Scholar for Lawrence County” and I was going to college for free. The Lilly Scholarship allows the recipient to attend any Indiana college or university of their choice, public or private, for zero tuition. This scholarship is only given out to around 100 students across the state...

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  • This Week At DePauw: February 27th - March 3rd, 2015

    Adrienne Westenfeld ‘15

    Greetings from snowy DePauw! One more eventful week down--here’s the run-down of what you missed.

    In the School of Music, the Living Composers Festival continued with a weekend devoted to Jason Robert Brown, the Tony-winning composer of such Broadway musicals as Parade, The Last Five Years, and The Bridges of Madison County. His jam-packed visit to DePauw included a concert, a student cabaret featuring...

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  • The 6AM Shift

    Leeann Sausser ‘16

    WGRE is DePauw’s 24/7 radio station. At any hour of the day, you can scan your car radio over to 91.5 or stream it online and listen to an alternative radio station hosted by DePauw’s very own. That includes 6:00am, when you’ll immediately hear the voice of yours truly.

    When my friend Kirstyn lamented doing a radio show at 6:00am on Tuesdays alone, I thought, “why not give it a try?” Kirstyn is a...

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  • Mightier than the Sword

    Kaitlin Emmert ‘17

    In elementary school a kid’s popularity could be determined by one thing: their choice of writing utensil. That one kid who always had a nubby chewed up #2 was sure to find himself last pick for reading project groups. But the student with the prized zebra striped pencil with a squishy gripper and scented eraser on top? She could rule the playground. The latest fashion trends in school supplies kept...

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