Posts occurring in June 2014


  • The Friendliest People You'll Ever Meet

    Kevin Bugielski ‘16

    A week ago, I read a blog entitled “The Friendliest People You Will Ever Meet” on The Odyssey. This amazing piece written by Jenni Traver highlights 4 unique ways that make DePauw and more specifically, the people, the friendliest you will ever meet. From male chivalry to everyone’s willingness to meet others, attending DePauw is a truly special experience. To read Jenni’s blog, to find out more about...

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  • My DePauw Bucket List

    Katie Vaky ‘14

    Looking back on my four years at DePauw, I am very thankful for the amazing experiences I had. Those experiences ranged from discovering academic passions to meeting lifelong friends. This next round of incoming students will have many opportunities intellectually, socially, and personally at DePauw. To the incoming class, DePauw can help you grow and it will change you in amazing ways. If you want...

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  • Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, The HoScho Program

    Nick Hebebrand ‘15

    DePauw’s Honor Scholar program is liberal arts on steroids. With DePauw’s College of Liberal Arts, a student gets exposure to a variety of disciplines by taking classes in each of our three distributional areas—students are required to take at least two classes in math/science, arts/humanities, and social sciences. However, the Honor Scholar program takes this smattering of disciplines even further...

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  • A Day In The Life Of A Communication Intern

    Kevin Bugielski ‘16

    Each day I wake up around 10:00 a.m., go for a run along Lake Michigan, and take a shower (like everyone should in the morning). Brushing my teeth is a necessity, so I make sure to get that done before heading over to lunch. Oh wait; I forgot to mention that meals are paid for by Teach For America. Pretty nice, huh? I get to sleep in. I get to enjoy the Chicago weather. And Teach For America pays for...

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  • The "Greek" Experience

    Nick Hebebrand ‘15

    Like a lot of students who end up deciding to come to DePauw, I really had no idea what to expect from Greek Life. There’s no high school equivalent and no one in my immediate family had been in a fraternity before, so I showed up wide-eyed and naïve when I first got here. As I started reflecting back on my experience here, however, I came to realize that Greek Life has been an integral component of...

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