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Income Inequality "A Defining Issue of Our Day": Veteran Statesman Lee Hamilton '52

January 31, 2016

"When the history of this year’s presidential campaign is written, one of its more remarkable features will be that candidates of both parties feel it... Read More

Rip Tilden '75 Joins Board of Andesa Services

January 28, 2016

Charles "Rip" Tilden, a partner with Makarios Consulting LLC and 1975 graduate of DePauw University, has joined the board of directors of Andesa Services... Read More

Despite Civil Rights Progress, "A Lot is Superficial," Says Prof. John Dittmer  

January 18, 2016

Speaking of the civil rights movement on the federal holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., John Dittmer says, "A lot of progress has been made,... Read More

City Wide Maintenance President Jeff Smith '94 is Profiled

January 16, 2016

"Jeff Smith’s job is high maintenance, and he likes it that way," begins an Indianapolis Star profile of the 1994 DePauw University graduate. "Prior to... Read More

Dave Borbely '81 Named Offensive Line Coach at Maryland

January 15, 2016

"DJ Durkin completed his initial Maryland football coaching staff on Wednesday, tabbing former Virginia assistant Dave Borbely as his offensive line coach... Read More

Clemson Coach Brad Brownell '91 Logs Back-to-Back Wins Over Hall of Famers

January 14, 2016

"With opponents only winning 20 percent of games during Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski's career at Duke University, any win over the Blue Devils is... Read More

President Obama Nominates Winfield Ong '80 to Federal Judgeship

January 12, 2016

President Barack Obama today appointed Winfield D. Ong, criminal prosecution chief for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Indiana... Read More

A Politician's Job is "Unusually Challenging Right Now," According to Lee Hamilton '52

January 3, 2016

"You know who I feel sorry for?," asks Lee Hamilton in a nationally-distributed newspaper column. "Today’s politicians. You’ll laugh at this, but hear... Read More