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Molly Chavers '98 Writes of Her "Amazing" City

January 23, 2012

"We have something great brewing in Indianapolis -- and the more that companies, big and small, catch on and provide their resources to help a person,... Read More

Indianapolis Star Talks with Dramaturg Richard Roberts '81

January 22, 2012

As resident dramaturg for Indiana Repertory Theatre, Richard J Roberts asks when considering a production, "Why here? Why now? Why for this audience? What... Read More

Dean Mark McCoy Discusses J.S. Bach with Investor's Business Daily

January 22, 2012

"Though his music is incredibly intelligent and complex, it speaks in profound ways to people who have no earthly idea what is going on musically," Mark... Read More

Mandy Henk Addresses American Library Association Meeting

January 21, 2012

"Librarians from the People’s Library, part of Occupy Wall Street (OWS), spoke movingly this morning of the library, its goals, and the continuation of... Read More

Tigers Extend Win Streak to Four with Win over Oberlin

January 21, 2012

BOX SCORE Greencastle, Ind. - After leading by just five at halftime, DePauw opened the second half with a 21-4 run on the way to a 69-37 North Coast... Read More

#13 DePauw Remains Perfect in Dual Meets with Win over Illinois Wesleyan

January 21, 2012

Greencastle, Ind. - The 13th-ranked Tigers improved to 5-0 on the season following a 207-81 win over visiting Illinois Wesleyan at the Erdmann Natatorium... Read More

Baker's Three Wins Leads Tigers to Victory

January 21, 2012

Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw improved to 2-2 on the season following a 189-108 win over visiting Illinois Wesleyan at the Erdmann Natatorium. Catie Baker... Read More

Sixth-ranked Tigers Win 14th Straight; Extend Home Conference Streak to 67

January 21, 2012

BOX SCORE Greencastle, Ind. - The sixth-ranked Tigers led wire-to-wire against visiting Oberlin College en route to a 78-33 North Coast Athletic Conference... Read More

Maggie Doherty '04 Named Patron Services Manager for Glacier Symphony and Chorale

January 21, 2012

"Maggie Doherty has been hired as patron services manager at Glacier Symphony and Chorale," reports the Daily Inter Lake of Kalispell, Montana. "Doherty... Read More

Student-Led 'DePauw Donors' Raising Organ Donation Awareness

January 20, 2012

"As many students are immersed in Winter Term at DePauw University, sophomore Jack Burgeson and junior Matt Kukurugya are focusing their efforts on trying... Read More

2011 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee Coming for February 15 Ubben Lecture

January 19, 2012

Leymah Gbowee, a Liberian activist whose work on behalf of women's issues and peace earned her the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, will visit DePauw University... Read More

#6 Tigers Win 13th Straight; Improve to 14-1

January 18, 2012

BOX SCORE Granville, Ohio - For the third time in the last four games sixth-ranked DePauw held the opposition to fewer than 40 points and the Tigers defeated... Read More

Tigers Extend Win Streak to Three with NCAC Victory at Denison  

January 18, 2012

BOX SCORE Granville, Ohio - DePauw shot over 50 percent from the floor for the third straight game and extended its win streak to three with a 73-68 North... Read More

American Idol and its Rivals Meet "Need for Optimism" in Tough Times: Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 18, 2012

American Idol has spawned a series of television programs based on talent competitions, including The X Factor, America's Got Talent and The Voice, writes... Read More

Visiting Professor & Acclaimed Author Ian Frazier Presents February 14 Reading

January 18, 2012

Acclaimed writer and humorist Ian Frazier, who is at DePauw University as the 2012 Mary Rogers Field Distinguished University Professor of Creative Writing... Read More

Prof. Mark Tatge on Ramifications of SOPA, Wikipedia Blackout

January 17, 2012

"As the fracas over the proposed federal anti-privacy legislation known as SOPA heats up this week, the open-source encyclopedia website, Wikipedia, says... Read More

Dave Bagley '88 Promoted to Principal at MorrisAnderson

January 17, 2012

David M. Bagley, a 1988 graduate of DePauw University, has been promoted to principal at MorrisAnderson, a financial and operational advisory firm. "In... Read More

WGRE Outreach Benefits Local HS Students

January 17, 2012

"The Greencastle High School Future Broadcaster's Initiative (FBI) is 'taking over' DePauw University's radio station, 91.5 WGRE," reports Greencastle's... Read More

Article on Career Fairs Solicits Advice from Steve Langerud

January 17, 2012

"The most important item you can bring to a job fair is a great attitude," notes an article at Career-Intelligence.com. Jaime A. Heidel writes, "According... Read More

DePauw Theatre Presents Mysteries ... and Smaller Pieces Feb. 2 - 5

January 17, 2012

Students in Professor Tim Good’s Winter Term class are spending the month preparing to perform Mysteries … and Smaller Pieces, a revival of a collective... Read More

Five Student Musicians Selected to Perform at State Convention

January 17, 2012

Five members of the DePauw University Band have been accepted to participate in the Indiana Intercollegiate Band, a select ensemble that will meet during... Read More

Enjoy Mysteries … and Smaller Pieces Friday Night

January 16, 2012

DePauw Theatre will present a preview performance of The Living Theatre's Mysteries … and Smaller Pieces, this Friday, January 20. The performance, which... Read More

DePauw Students Become Teachers for Youth Science Club

January 16, 2012

Under normal circumstances, the scene that unfolded in the Julian Science & Mathematics Center one day in late November would have been an unmitigated... Read More

Bret Baier '92 Recalls DePauw Internship as He Preps for GOP Debate

January 16, 2012

"What memories come to mind from your professional debut on television, in Beaufort in 1991-92, when you were interning from DePauw University in Indiana?... Read More

Two Seniors Win Accolades at Kennedy Center American College Theater Regional Festival

January 16, 2012

J.C. Pankratz (pictured), a senior at DePauw University, is a national semifinalist in the 2012 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival's one-act... Read More

Catie Baker Earns NCAC Weekly Honors

January 15, 2012

Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw senior Catie Baker won three events at the Washington University Invitational and was selected as the North Coast Athletic Conference... Read More

Sean Haseley Named NCAC Player of the Week

January 15, 2012

Greencastle, Ind. - After helping DePauw to a pair of wins over nationally-ranked teams, senior Sean Haseley was named the North Coast Athletic Conference... Read More

'Career Coach' Discusses Volunteering as a "Professional Development Strategy"

January 15, 2012

"'Volunteering may be the single most important professional development strategy available to new professionals.' Pretty powerful words from workplace... Read More

Room for All's Marilyn Paarlberg '71 Featured in Newspaper

January 15, 2012

"I think people have the choice of letting our faith constrict or enlarge our horizons," says Marilyn Paarlberg, executive director of Room for All. The... Read More

Tigers Place Third at Washington Invitational

January 14, 2012

St. Louis, Mo. - Behind Catie Baker's three first-place finishes, DePauw totaled 777.5 points and placed third at the Washington University Invitational... Read More

#13 DePauw Finishes Second in a Close Washington Invitational

January 14, 2012

St. Louis, Mo. -  The 13th-ranked Tigers totaled 686 points and finished second by just 15.5 points behind Lindenwood at the Washington University Invitational... Read More

DePauw Knocks Off Second Straight Top 25 Team with Win over #16 Wooster

January 14, 2012

BOX SCORE Greencastle, Ind. - For the second time in four days, DePauw's men faced a top 25 team and for the second straight game, the hot-shooting Tigers... Read More

Seventh Ranked DePauw Wins 12th Straight; Remains Perfect in NCAC

January 14, 2012

BOX SCORE Greencastle, Ind. - Seventh-ranked DePauw extended its conference home win streak to 66 following a 71-36 North Coast Athletic Conference win... Read More

Art of Nancy Bowen on Display at Peeler Center, February 6 - March 23

January 14, 2012

DePauw University's Richard E. Peeler Art Center presents Nancy Bowen: Begettings, an exhibition which opens Monday, February 6, and will remain on view... Read More

Winter Term Group in United Arab Emirates Featured in Newspaper

January 13, 2012

"A group of 21 students from different faculties of the DePauw University, Indiana, USA, are in town for the last couple of days as a part of their winter... Read More

Attorney and Activist Jason Kreag '97 Speaks on 'Flaws of the Justice System' Monday

January 12, 2012

On Monday, January 16, DePauw University will celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a presentation by Jason Kreag, a 1997 DePauw graduate... Read More

Tigers Shoot Down #14 Wabash

January 11, 2012

BOX SCORE Crawfordsville, Ind. - DePauw shot 58 percent in the second half and hit 4-of-7 three-pointers in the final 20 minutes and knocked off 14th-ranked... Read More

#7 Tigers Make it 11 Straight with Win at Kenyon

January 11, 2012

BOX SCORE Gambier, Ohio - Seventh-ranked DePauw held Kenyon to just six points over the final five minutes and collected its 11th straight win with a... Read More

Steve Langerud on 'Motivating and Managing the Next Generation'

January 11, 2012

"Boomers, who are at the forefront of firm leadership, value in-person, look-me-in-the-eye communications," Steve Langerud, director of professional opportunities... Read More

The Strategy of Strategy Games

January 11, 2012

Students shuffle into a classroom at 9 o’clock on a Monday morning, only a few hours removed from the first Winter Term weekend of 2012. At the front of... Read More

DePauw Gathers to Celebrate "A Remarkable Act of Hope" as its 175th Anniversary Celebration Begins

January 10, 2012

"One can't really know what was in the minds and hearts of those who created this University nearly two centuries ago," DePauw President Brian W. Casey... Read More

President Casey Discusses DePauw's 175th Anniversary with Statewide Radio Network

January 10, 2012

Today's kick-off of an 18-month-long celebration of DePauw University's 175th anniversary and the events to follow will "highlight what the institution... Read More

School of Music's "Free Gift to Indiana Schools" is Well Received

January 10, 2012

"A free gift to Indiana schools" from the DePauw University School of Music -- a special recording of The Star-Spangled Banner -- has been greeted with... Read More

Prep School's January is Modeled After DePauw's Winter Term

January 9, 2012

"A Hamilton County high school has a different approach to get students back into the grind of the classroom after Christmas vacation," reports Indianapolis... Read More

Back from Iowa, Prof. Bruce Stinebrickner Weighs In on the GOP Presidential Hopefuls

January 9, 2012

"Candidate (Mitt) Romney has been and is the frontrunner for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, and his campaign appearances reflected that status... Read More

Prof. John Dittmer & Tamra Walker '98 to Join in Local MLK Celebration

January 9, 2012

John Dittmer, professor emeritus of history at DePauw University and a noted civil rights historian, will speak at a Putnam County Library event honoring... Read More

DePauw's Posse Participation Noted in Chinese Language Newspaper

January 8, 2012

"Founded in 1989, The Posse Foundation finds youth that are 'overlooked by traditional college selection processes,' and gives them the funds for a four-year... Read More

Tigers Finish with NCAC Weekend Split after Loss at Hiram

January 7, 2012

BOX SCORE Hiram, Ohio - Hiram outscored DePauw, 13-2, over a four-minute stretch of the second half to extend a four-point lead to 15 on the way to a... Read More

#7 DePauw Makes it 10 Straight with Win at Hiram

January 7, 2012

BOX SCORE Hiram, Ohio - Seventh-ranked DePauw shot 50 percent from the field and held host Hiram to just 26.7 percent and came away with a 71-32 North... Read More

Volunteering Gave Molly Heitzman '10 "A Competitive Advantage"

January 7, 2012

"While her friends interned at big investment-banking firms, Molly Heitzman chose a summer job in 2009 with Fundación Paraguaya, a microfinance company... Read More

Trinchero & COO Bob Torkelson '82 Launch New Sonoma County Wines

January 7, 2012

"Trinchero Family Estates is a family-owned business that cares deeply about quality," says Bob Torkelson, president and chief operating officer of Trinchero... Read More

DePauw Tops Allegheny for Third Straight Win

January 6, 2012

BOX SCORE Meadville, Pa. - Kevin Sullivan snagged an offensive rebound, hit two free throws and recorded a steal in a 44-second span in the closing minutes... Read More

#7 DePauw Women Extend Win Streak to Nine and Stay Perfect in NCAC

January 6, 2012

BOX SCORE Meadville, Pa. - Paced by Katie Aldrich's double-double, seventh-ranked DePauw improved to 10-1 overall and 3-0 in the North Coast Athletic... Read More

Matt Newill '08 Discusses Alum-Led Nonprofit in Radio Interview

January 6, 2012

"The three of us that started it all went to DePauw University, just down the road," Matt Newill tells Inside Indiana Business of the not-for-profit True... Read More

Touch Matters, Prof. Matt Hertenstein Tells Good Housekeeping  

January 6, 2012

"It's no secret that a pat on the back or a peck on the cheek can make you feel special," writes Ayana Byrd in the February 2012 issue of Good Housekeeping... Read More

Stevie Baker-Watson Named DePauw's Theodore Katula Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports

January 6, 2012

Stefanie 'Stevie' Baker-Watson, Assistant Athletic Director at North Central (Ill.) College, has been named DePauw University's Theodore Katula Director... Read More

Mike Weadick '81 to be Inducted Into HS Athletic Hall of Fame

January 6, 2012

Mike Weadick, a 1981 graduate of DePauw University, is among the 2012 inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Oak Hills High School in Cincinnati,... Read More

Amy Hayes '05 Makes News with Her 'Intimate Opera' Company

January 5, 2012

"I think we have to reduce opera apprehension," Amy Hayes, co-founder and executive director of Intimate Opera of Indianapolis and 2005 graduate of DePauw... Read More

Newspaper Profiles Dentist Theo Mioduski III '03

January 5, 2012

"I've been fortunate to learn about dentistry from my dad. I was always interested in what he did and was constantly tinkering in his office as a kid,"... Read More

Pollster Scott Rasmussen '86 Analyzes GOP Presidential Contest

January 4, 2012

Mitt Romney's eight-vote victory in last night's Iowa caucus has the sweepstakes for the Republican presidential nomination off and running, but pollster... Read More

Book by Prof. Yung-chen Chiang One of China's 10 Best for 2011

January 3, 2012

Educating Hu Shi, 1891-1917, authored by Yung-chen Chiang, professor of history at DePauw University, has been selected by the Shenzhen Book Festival as... Read More

175th Anniversary Celebration Begins January 10 -- You're Invited!

January 3, 2012

One week from today, on January 10, 2012, DePauw University will mark a milestone, and you're invited to attend what will be the beginning of an 18-month-long... Read More

Prof. Emeritus Cassel Grubb, Former Leader of School of Music, Passes Away

January 2, 2012

Cassel Grubb, professor emeritus of music at DePauw and former director of the DePauw University School of Music, passed away last night in Greencastle... Read More

Legendary Coach and Athletic Director Tommy Mont Dies at 89

January 2, 2012

Thomas A. "Tommy" Mont Jr., who served as DePauw University's head football coach from 1959 through 1976 and as athletic director from 1972 until his retirement... Read More

Jonathan Bailor '05 Authors The Smarter Science of Slim

January 2, 2012

Jonathan Bailor, a 2005 graduate of DePauw University, is the author of The Smarter Science of Slim: What the Actual Experts Have Proven About Weight Loss... Read More

Barron's Puts Tim Solso '69 in its 'CEO Spotlight'  

January 1, 2012

"Anyone who thinks American manufacturing is dead hasn't been to Indiana, where 92-year-old Cummins is leading an industrial revival, hiring American workers... Read More