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Bruce Walker's ('53) Collection of Tibetan Art On Display at Peeler Center, Aug. 25 - Dec. 15

August 16, 2017

Two years after graduating from DePauw University in 1953, Bruce Walker became a case officer with the Central Intelligence Agency. Beginning August 25… Read More

DePauw's Plans for Viewing the Total Solar Eclipse Noted in Newspaper

August 13, 2017

"The Aug. 21 solar eclipse is shaping up to be a lights-out thriller, considering the number of watch parties, merchandise and events being tied to the… Read More

"We Could Easily Blunder Into War" With North Korea, Lee Hamilton '52 Tells NPR Affiliate

August 11, 2017

"I think we’re in a very dangerous moment because of the threat from North Korea," Lee H. Hamilton, veteran statesman and 1952 graduate of DePauw University… Read More

Project Involving Prof. Hilary Eppley, Aiming to Improve Chemistry Education, Receives $1.1 Million NSF Grant

August 10, 2017

Hilary E. Eppley, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at DePauw University, is among a team of chemistry educators from a variety of colleges… Read More

Five DePauw Students Win Prestigious Gilman International Scholarships

August 8, 2017

Five DePauw University students will spend the Fall 2017 semester studying abroad after winning Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. Sponsored… Read More

Malala Yousafzai, at DePauw Next Month, Readies an Illustrated Children's Book for Release

August 7, 2017

"Malala Yousafzai, the 20-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner and education activist from Pakistan, will soon be publishing an illustrated children's book… Read More

CNBC Article on College Dorm Items Cites DePauw

August 4, 2017

"In a tight, shared space like a dorm room, there's a fine line between being comfortable and being overburdened by useless stuff," notes CNBC's Kevin… Read More

UK's Guardian Lists DePauw Podcast Among "Best of the Week"

August 4, 2017

A production of DePauw University's Prindle Institute for Ethics is listed among "the best podcasts of the week" in the UK's Guardian.  "Examining Ethics… Read More

DePauw Co-Commissions New Opera, The Last Dream of Frida & Diego

August 3, 2017

DePauw University is one of the entities behind a new, Spanish-language opera about Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, The Last Dream of Frida & Diego, which… Read More

DePauw Receives College Panhellenic Achievement Award

July 30, 2017

DePauw University's Panhellenic Association is one of 42 at colleges across the United States to be recognized by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)… Read More

Amber Watson '19 is Among This Summer's Amgen Scholars

July 29, 2017

Amber R. Watson, who will be a DePauw University junior this fall, is participating in the Amgen Scholars Program. She is spending this summer conducting… Read More

Former President George H.W. Bush & His VP, Dan Quayle '69, Reunite

July 27, 2017

"Former President George H.W. Bush reunited Wednesday with Dan Quayle, his vice president from 1989 to 1993," reports the Washington Examiner. Quayle,… Read More

Attorney & HS Head Football Coach Rob Doyle '82 is Profiled

July 27, 2017

"Veteran Indianapolis attorney Rob Doyle sees no end of 70-hour workweeks, but now less of that time will be at his law office and more will be on the… Read More

Jade Powers '13 Joins Saint Louis Art Museum as Romare Bearden Fellow

July 26, 2017

Jade Powers, a 2013 graduate of DePauw University, has joined the Saint Louis Art Museum as the 2017-18 Romare Bearden Graduate Minority Fellow. Named… Read More

NSF Grant Will Enhance DePauw's Cyberinfrastructure and Internet Connectivity

July 24, 2017

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded DePauw University a $210,000 grant for "CC* Network Design: Network Infrastructure for Improved Student… Read More

Two Seniors Earn Gold Badges in Computer Coding Through New Program

July 21, 2017

Two rising seniors at DePauw University -- Peter Nolan and Miguel Romero -- were part of a four-week summer boot camp where they earned certification in… Read More

Dentist Steve Hollar '89 Still Gets Big Smiles for His Role in Movie Hoosiers

July 19, 2017

"When you grow up in Indiana, talking about basketball makes you smile. Both of those things are important to Steve Hollar," reports Andy McDonnell of… Read More

Rising Sophomore Kayla Sullivan Wins Scholarship Essay Contest

July 18, 2017

Kayla Sullivan, who will be a sophomore at DePauw University this fall, is among the 2017 winners of the annual Regions Riding Forward Scholarship Essay… Read More

Filmmaker Henry Johnston '14 Discusses King Rat with Indianapolis Monthly

July 18, 2017

"I think there’s a lot of draw to filming in Indiana right now," Henry Johnston, director and writer of King Rat, tells Indianapolis Monthly. "I grew up… Read More

New MTV2 Show Features Shinesty, Co-Founded by "Millennial Entrepreneur" Chris White '11

July 17, 2017

"What happens when two college buddies decide to start a company?," asks MTV2 in a promo for a new show which features a Colorado-based enterprise co-founded… Read More

Incoming Student-Athlete Chase Andries Featured in Indy Star

July 15, 2017

"When Chase Andries came to Beech Grove as a freshman, the Hornets’ football program had posted a winning record just twice since 2000," begins an Indianapolis… Read More

Rodrigo Rabanal '17 is a Newman's Own Foundation Fellow

July 14, 2017

Rodrigo Rabanal, a May 2017 graduate of DePauw University, is among 17 individuals selected as Fellows of the Newman's Own Foundation. The program pairs… Read More

DePauw Students & Faculty Report "Tremendous Progress" from Archaeological Dig in Italy

July 12, 2017

A second season of archaeological excavation at Itay's Vaiano-Gioiella site, in the region of Castiglione del Lago, has yielded "tremendous progress,"… Read More

Newspaper Notes Internships of Two Rising Seniors

July 12, 2017

"Two college seniors are learning the real estate business interning at Daryl Silvers Naples," reports Florida's Naples Daily News. "Jack Gruber and Ashley… Read More

Variety Story on Cable News Quotes Prof. Jeff McCall '76

July 11, 2017

"Scandal-battered Fox News could be benefiting from CNN’s recent travails, suggests Jeffrey McCall, a media studies professor at DePauw University,' writes… Read More

Zach Batt '19 on a Cross Country Run to Aid Cancer Fight

July 9, 2017

"Zachary Batt has been a competitive runner for almost eight years, so when he decided to run across the country this summer to raise money for cancer… Read More

Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai, at DePauw in Sept., Finishes High School

July 8, 2017

"I enjoyed my school years, and I am excited for my future," says Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient, who is visiting DePauw… Read More

Weather Balloon Experiment Gets Newspaper's Attention

July 7, 2017

"From the parking lot of North Montgomery High School, DePauw physics and astronomy Professor Howard Brooks (right) and students Kobby Van Dyck (left)… Read More

Robert Yune (a.k.a. Prof. Robert Stevens) Wins the 2017 Mary McCarthy Prize

July 5, 2017

"Tiny Heroes, Tiny Villains" by Robert Stevens, an assistant professor of English at DePauw University who writes under the name Robert Yune, is the winner… Read More

Longtime DePauw Trustee and Civic Leader Ian Rolland '55 Dies at Age 84

July 2, 2017

Ian M. Rolland, a 1955 graduate of DePauw University, a Life Trustee, and the past chair of DePauw's Board of Trustees, died yesterday at his home in Fort… Read More

ESPN Founder Bill Rasmussen '54 to be Featured on TV's Fear{less}

July 2, 2017

Bill Rasmussen, the entrepreneur and 1954 DePauw University graduate who founded ESPN, will be featured this Tuesday, July 4, on the Audience Network's… Read More

Community Partnership Between Fifth House Ensemble & DePauw Noted in Washington Post

June 30, 2017

"By working with communities, Fifth House has learned how to meld music with pressing matters," notes the Washington Post. "Fifth House helped bridge gaps… Read More

King Rat, Shot at DePauw and Featuring Many from University, to be Premiered at Indy Film Fest

June 29, 2017

King Rat -- a feature film that was written and directed by Henry Johnston '14, produced by Alex Thompson '12, and was filmed on and around the DePauw… Read More

Katie Browning '18 is 2017's Miss Madison Regatta

June 28, 2017

Katie Browning, a rising senior at DePauw University, is the winner of the 2017 Miss Madison Regatta Scholarship Pageant. The winner of the competition… Read More

At 92, Bill Hayes '47 Still Wows 'Em on The Tonight Show

June 27, 2017

Bill Hayes, a singer/actor and 1947 graduate of DePauw University, made a surprise appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight. The 92-year-old… Read More

Bob Cathcart '82 is CEO of Clear Guide Medical

June 24, 2017

Bob Cathcart, a 1982 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed chief executive officer of Clear Guide Medical, Inc., a commercial-stage image-fusion… Read More

Dave Jorgenson '13 Joins The Washington Post

June 23, 2017

Dave Jorgenson, a 2013 graduate of DePauw University, is joining the Washington Post.  He will work as a producer/writer in the publication's video department… Read More

Pulitzer Prize-Winning NY Times Journalist Ben Solomon '10 Assigned to Bangkok

June 22, 2017

The New York Times has appointed Ben C. Solomon, a 2010 graduate of DePauw University, to serve as the outlet's first visual-first correspondent in Bangkok… Read More

Christine Kim '17 to Teach English in Thailand with Fulbright Award

June 22, 2017

Christine H. Kim, a May 2017 graduate of DePauw University, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching English in Thailand after being awarded an English… Read More

DePauw Sophomore Cited in Nationally Distributed AP Story

June 21, 2017

"About 50 volunteers tied blue and white ribbons along a road leading from a high school to a cemetery in the hometown of a college student who was detained… Read More

Students Learn and Community Benefits Through Environmental Fellows Project

June 21, 2017

"Originally slated for a remodel, a condemned house at the DePauw Campus Farm is instead serving as an Environmental Fellows Program project, with students… Read More

Purdue Assistant JaMarcus Shephard '05 Traces His Love of Coaching Football Back to DePauw

June 20, 2017

"I actually played for Nick Mourouzis for three years and Bill Lynch was my coach my senior year -- he was the one who really introduced me to this whole… Read More

President McCoy Among Four Higher Ed Leaders to Discuss 'Liberal Arts Institutions of the Future'

June 17, 2017

D. Mark McCoy, the 20th president of DePauw University, will be one of four higher education leaders who will engage in a discussion, "Designing the Liberal… Read More

Commencement DVDs Have Arrived from the Factory and are Now Shipping

June 15, 2017

Loaded with more than five hours of content, including footage of each member of DePauw University's Class of 2017 receiving a diploma, the DVD of the… Read More

DePauw Mourns the Sudden Passing of Biology Prof. Bruce Serlin

June 12, 2017

Bruce S. Serlin, associate professor of biology at DePauw University and a member of the faculty for more than 30 years, died suddenly of cardiac arrest… Read More

Vernon Jordan '57 Receives the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession's Award for Global Leadership

June 9, 2017

"I am of the belief that in order to change a nation you must of course change hearts and minds, but you must also change the laws," notes Vernon E. Jordan… Read More

Mallory Hasty '17 to Teach in Malaysia with Fulbright Award

June 9, 2017

Mallory Hasty, a May 2017 graduate of DePauw University, has been selected to receive an English Teaching Assistantship from the Fulbright U.S. Student… Read More

DePauw Students Help "Tear Barriers Down" in Northern Ireland with Service Program

June 7, 2017

"They are children growing up in some of Northern Ireland's most divided communities," reports the Belfast Telegraph. "While peace walls may keep them… Read More

Stevie Baker-Watson to Speak at NCAA's Career in Sports Forum

May 31, 2017

Stefanie "Stevie" Baker-Watson, Theodore Katula Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports at DePauw University, will be among the speakers at the NCAA's… Read More

Kaela Goodwin '17 Will Teach English in Thailand with Fulbright Award

May 30, 2017

Kaela T. Goodwin, a May 2017 graduate of DePauw University, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching English in Thailand after being awarded an English… Read More

Jerry Pyle '98 Selected for Directors Guild of America Mentorship & Professional Development Program

May 29, 2017

Jerry Pyle, a Los Angeles-based editor and director and 1998 graduate of DePauw University, has been selected by the Directors Guild of America (DGA) to… Read More

2017 Commencement DVD is at Replicator, Will Ship Soon

May 25, 2017

Pre-Order Your DVD Here The master DVD of Sunday's 178th Commencement at DePauw University is arriving at the replicator in New Jersey today, and the… Read More

Newspaper Writes of Todd Rundgren's Belated Message to DePauw's Class of 2017

May 23, 2017

In it's coverage of Sunday's 168th Commencement at DePauw University, this morning's Banner-Graphic notes that in "what was expected to be one of the highlight… Read More

TOMS CEO Jim Alling '83 Says DePauw Gave Him & Class of '17 "Critical Thinking Skills and Lifelong Friendships"

May 21, 2017

"You are more ready than you think," Jim Alling, the CEO of TOMS, told the 561 graduates of his alma mater, DePauw University, this morning. "You have… Read More

Environmentalist Jesse Kharbanda, Musical Innovator Todd Rundgren, & TOMS CEO Jim Alling '83 Receive Honorary Doctorates from DePauw

May 21, 2017

"Class of 2017, may you direct your civic energies to helping to empower the economically struggling in our world to have a safe and dignified life," Jesse… Read More

DePauw's Class of 2017, 561 Strong and "A Force to be Reckoned With," Graduates Under Sunny Skies

May 21, 2017

"DePauw’s Class of 2017 is a force to be reckoned with," said Sarah Fears to her classmates at DePauw University's 178th Commencement. "The world outside… Read More

Rain Chances for Commencement Diminish; 'Stars' Moved to Hoover Hall

May 20, 2017

Links: Commencement Page; Webcast; DVD Order Form; Weather Heavy rain is falling in Greencastle with thunder in the skies 24 hours before DePauw University… Read More

Town & Country Notes Kappa Alpha Theta's Founding at DePauw

May 20, 2017

"On January 27, 1870, Kappa Alpha Theta became the first Greek-letter fraternity for women," notes Town & Country. "Theta, which was founded at Indiana… Read More

Robert "Bobby" Andrews is DePauw's New VP for Enrollment Management

May 19, 2017

Robert “Bobby” Andrews, currently vice president for enrollment management at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, will become vice president for enrollment… Read More

Rain Chance Down to 40% for Sunday Morning's Commencement

May 19, 2017

Links: Commencement Page; Webcast; DVD Order Form; Weather The chance for rain during Sunday morning's commencement exercises, which was 90% at mid-week… Read More

Gesenia Viviescas '17 Will Have Fulbright Teaching Experience in Taiwan

May 17, 2017

DePauw University senior Gesenia Viviescas has been awarded an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and will spend… Read More

An Eye Toward the Skies as Commencement Weekend Approaches

May 17, 2017

Links: Commencement Page; Webcast; DVD Order Form; Weather The weather forecast for DePauw University's 178th Commencement Sunday morning suggests it… Read More

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma to Open DePauw's 2017–18 Green Guest Artist Series

May 16, 2017

The DePauw University School of Music is proud to announce that the 2017–18 season opening concert of the Green Guest Artist Series on September 30 will… Read More

Students' Efforts to Beautify Greencastle Noted in Local Paper

May 14, 2017

"As volunteers of the Greencastle Sustainability Commission, three DePauw University freshmen undertake a project to plant native Indiana flowers in front… Read More

Faculty Excellence Celebrated with Presentation of Tucker, Minar, and Oxnam Awards

May 12, 2017

Sheryl Tremblay, professor of communication and theatre at DePauw University, is the 2017 recipient of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Tucker Jr. Distinguished… Read More

Senior Midori Kawaue Receives Gilder Lehrman History Scholar Award

May 11, 2017

DePauw University senior Midori Kawaue is the recipient of a 2017 Gilder Lehrman History Scholar Award. The award, presented by the Gilder Lehrman Institute… Read More

DePauw Sr. VP Brad Kelsheimer to Join Lumina Foundation as CFO

May 10, 2017

Brad Kelsheimer, DePauw University’s senior vice president for finance and administration since July 2009, has been appointed chief financial officer of… Read More

John Feld '84 Developing TV Show for Dale Earnhardt Jr. & His Wife

May 10, 2017

"We've seen how Dale Jr. races a car, so we're confident that with Amy's help he will easily navigate the typical trials and tribulations of a home renovation… Read More

Sara Scully '13 Will Teach English in Taiwan as Fulbright Winner

May 10, 2017

Sara Scully, a 2013 graduate of DePauw University, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching in Taiwan after being awarded an English Teaching Assistantship… Read More

Jeff Bird '81 Named President of IU Health's East Central Region

May 9, 2017

Jeff Bird, a 1981 graduate of DePauw University, "has been named the new president of the East Central Region for IU Health, which includes IU Health Ball… Read More

Park Tudor's Sven Dubie is 2017 Battey National Educator of the Year

May 9, 2017

Sven Dubie, who teaches U.S. History and Western Civilization at Park Tudor School in Indianapolis, is the recipient of the 2017 Battey National Educator… Read More

DePauw Roots of Celtics Coach Brad Stevens '99 Explored in Indy Star Article

May 6, 2017

"He learned how not to be from me," says DePauw University head men's basketball coach Bill Fenlon of his former player Brad Stevens, now the head coach… Read More

Poet & DePauw Senior Inès Giramata Featured in Rwandan Newspaper

May 3, 2017

"Inès Giramata is a young and talented Rwandan poet," begins a feature in Rwanda's leading daily English language newspaper. "The Development Economics… Read More

Jeff Harmening '89 is the New CEO of General Mills

May 3, 2017

Jeffrey Harmening, a 1989 graduate of DePauw University, was today elected chief executive officer of General Mills Inc. (NYSE: GIS) by the company's board… Read More

Fulbright Recipient Olivia Flores '14 Hopes to "Empower Others" by Teaching in Colombia

May 2, 2017

Olivia Flores, a ninth grade English teacher at UCSN Soccer Academy High School in Chicago and 2014 graduate of DePauw University, will spend the upcoming… Read More

Senior Amber Calderon Wins Independent Book Publishers Association Award for Illustrations

May 1, 2017

DePauw University senior Amber Calderon has been honored by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) with a Benjamin Franklin Award for her illustrations… Read More

DePauw Seniors Prepare for Final Concert, 'New Beginnings, Next Steps!'

May 1, 2017

Celebrating the graduation of the seniors, DePauw University Orchestra, Chamber Singers and University Chorus will present “New Beginnings, Next Steps… Read More

Senior Swimming Standout Angela Newlon Featured in Hometown Newspaper

April 29, 2017

"When she’s on dry land, those who know her best describe Angela Newlon as 'extremely friendly and outgoing'," begins an article in the News-Democrat of… Read More

Prof. Joseph Heithaus to Appear at This Weekend's 'Poetpalooza'

April 28, 2017

"Writers from around the region will converge on Madison this weekend for a celebration of all things poetry," reports the Madison Courier. Those appearing… Read More

Rob Lowe Postpones DePauw Visit

April 26, 2017

The Ubben Lecture by actor, producer and author Rob Lowe, which was scheduled to take place Monday, May 1, at DePauw University, has been postponed. "We… Read More

DePauw Gets a Mention on Jeopardy!

April 25, 2017

Viewers of the television game show Jeopardy! got a dose of Tiger pride in tonight's edition of the program.  In the category of "Similarly Named Schools… Read More

Sarah Fears '17 Presented with DePauw's Walker Cup

April 24, 2017

The work of a DePauw University senior to better the campus and community "is attributable to her personal motto, 'lead with a servant heart'," noted President… Read More

Upcoming Ubben Lecturer Rob Lowe on This Week's CBS Sunday Morning

April 22, 2017

Eight days before he comes to DePauw University for an Ubben Lecture, Rob Lowe will be featured on CBS Sunday Morning. [UPDATE 4/26: This event has been… Read More

Sophomore Rebecca Kerns Awarded Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship

April 21, 2017

DePauw University sophomore Rebecca Kerns is the recipient of an Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship for 2017.  The $2,000 award -- designed to support… Read More

Departure of O'Reilly "Is By No Means Fatal" to Fox News, Prof. Jeff McCall '76 Tells Washington Post

April 20, 2017

"With Bill O’Reilly’s ouster from Fox News Channel, the hard part may be over for the scandal-scarred network. Now the harder part begins," reports the… Read More

Adrian Ables '16 Signs with Pro Soccer's Indy Eleven

April 19, 2017

Adrian Ables, a 2016 graduate of DePauw University, has been signed by Indy Eleven, the Indianapolis franchise in the North American Soccer League.  A… Read More

Sarah Salazar '17 to Teach in Colombia with Fulbright Award

April 19, 2017

Sarah Salazar, a DePauw University senior, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching English in Colombia after being awarded an English Teaching Assistantship… Read More

Indiana Broadcasters Association Awards Scholarship to Sophomore Tilly Marlatt

April 18, 2017

DePauw University sophomore Tilly Marlatt is one of six Indiana college students to be awarded scholarships from the Indiana Broadcasters Association.… Read More

Angie Hicks '95 to Receive 2017 Trailblazer Award

April 18, 2017

Angie Hicks, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Angie's List and 1995 graduate of DePauw University, will be presented with TechPoint's "Trailblazer… Read More

Barbara Kingsolver '77 Contributes Essay to Letters to a Young Farmer: On Food, Farming, and Our Future

April 17, 2017

Barbara Kingsolver, award-winning author and 1977 graduate of DePauw University, is among the contributors to a new anthology, Letters to a Young Farmer:… Read More

A Month Before Being Honored at DePauw's Commencement, Todd Rundgren Surprises Crowd at Coachella

April 15, 2017

Todd Rundgren -- the musician, producer and technology innovator who will receive an honorary doctoral degree from DePauw University next month -- made… Read More

Senior Jackie Rueda Will Conduct Research in Brazil with Fulbright US Student Scholarship

April 13, 2017

DePauw University senior Jacqueline Rueda is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student scholarship and will conduct research in Brazil during the 2017-18… Read More

Scholarship and Service of Two DePauw Students Recognized

April 11, 2017

Two DePauw University students are being recognized for their scholarship and involvement in the campus and community with Albert L. Lund '48 Scholarships… Read More

News of Rob Lowe's Upcoming DePauw Visit Spreads from Coast-to-Coast

April 11, 2017

"Actor Rob Lowe will be speaking next month at the Indiana college from which both of his parents graduated," begins an Associated Press report which is… Read More

Rob Lowe Coming to DePauw for May 1 Ubben Lecture

April 10, 2017

Rob Lowe -- the actor, author and producer whose parents and grandfather are graduates of DePauw University -- will make a homecoming of sorts when he… Read More

Pulitzer-Winning Playwright Tony Kushner at DePauw on April 20

April 10, 2017

Tony Kushner, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, will come to DePauw University… Read More

Acclaimed Poet Marilyn Chin Coming to DePauw in 2018 as Distinguished University Professor of Creative Writing

April 8, 2017

Marilyn Chin, an award-winning Chinese American poet, writer and activist, is coming to DePauw University in the Spring of 2018 as Mary Rogers Field and… Read More

Senior Sarah Pistorius Takes Third in Vocal Competition

April 6, 2017

DePauw University senior Sarah Pistorius,  a mezzo-soprano and vocal performance major in the DePauw School of Music, is the third place winner of the… Read More

UES 2017 Draws Speakers, Students to Prindle

April 4, 2017

James Hamblin of The Atlantic and Anna Sale of WNYC’s Death, Sex & Money are among the nationally recognized speakers joining students from around the… Read More

DePauw Concerto Competition Winners to be Featured in Sunday Concert

April 3, 2017

The four winners of the 35th Annual DePauw Concerto Competition will be featured in concert with the DePauw University Symphony Orchestra this Sunday,… Read More