Posts occurring in August 2014

  • My Journey to DePauw

    Meg Morrow ‘18

    While this deceptively looks like it’s not that much stuff, trust me, the entire car was filled to the brim. Per a typical freshman, I may have over packed… just a little.

    The hardest goodbye was easily to my dog, he’s been my best friend since I was 8 years old. If you have a pet, I’m sure you understand the pain I went through leaving that little guy.

    I drove down to DePauw with my mom the...

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  • “DePauw Is Family | Welcome Class of 2018”

    Kevin Bugielski ‘16

    DePauw University is many things. It is happiness, excitement, confidence, and teamwork, just to name a few. But there is one word that describes DePauw in its entirety, and that word is family.

    Let’s quickly run through the DePauw Family Tree. Yes, Dr. Brian Casey serves as the President of DePauw University, but he also acts as our wise parent, leading DePauw and its students to greatness with his...

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  • Picking Your Advisor

    Rebeca Bagdocimo ‘17

    DePauw requires students to declare their major by March of their sophomore year. At this time, students are able to choose an academic advisor. When I came to campus, I was eager to declare my major. I knew I wanted to study Economics when I applied to DePauw. Upperclassmen told me to wait until my sophomore year because I might change my mind one, two, or maybe even three times. I did not change...

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  • Social Life @DePauwU

    Rebeca Bagdocimo ‘17

    College is an opportunity to improve academically and socially. You have four years to take challenging courses, to discover your interests, and to become a part of your school’s legacy. Academically, students have similar experiences at DePauw. Every student will take a First-Year Seminar, six required courses that fall into three distribution areas, and a Senior Capstone. Socially, students have...

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