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Valentine's Day Communications Have Changed Little Over Time: Prof. Jennifer Adams

February 12, 2016

"Valentine's Day conjures up thoughts of romance, and it is a time when couples tend to express their personal relationships through love letters," begins... Read More

Tristan Glover '02, R.J. Talyor '02 & Jason Spilbeler '07 Among Indy's 'Forty Under 40'

February 9, 2016

Three graduates of DePauw University -- Tristan Glover '02, senior vice president of Zeller Realty Group; Jason Spilbeler '07, vice president, global investment... Read More

Be My Valentine

February 8, 2016

Valentine’s Day conjures up thoughts of romance, and it is a time when couples tend to express their personal relationships through love letters. While... Read More

Dani Weatherford '97 Working to Change Perceptions of Greek Life

February 6, 2016

"In spite of many academic achievements and a dedication to philanthropy, sorority women still fight stereotypes. Dani Weatherford's on a mission to change... Read More

Coffers of TV Networks are Real Winners of Presidential Debates, Opines Prof. Jeff McCall '76

February 5, 2016

"Seven Republican and four Democrat presidential primary 'debates' were held in advance of the Iowa caucuses, and the clear winner is … big television... Read More

Jay Caldwell '08 Joins Diversified Wealth Management

February 4, 2016

James R. "Jay" Caldwell, a 2008 graduate of DePauw University, has joined the Bismarck, North Dakota branch of Diversified Wealth Management as a financial... Read More

DePauw Theatre Presents Seminar, Jan. 31 - Feb. 3

January 22, 2016

Seminar, a dark comedy by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck, will be presented by DePauw Theatre.  Directed by M. Susan Anthony, Mary Alice Braden... Read More

Prof. Jeff McCall '76 Discusses Glut of January TV Premieres

January 18, 2016

"The next couple of months will bring season or series premieres for nearly 300 new shows on broadcast, cable and streaming platforms," writes Scott Collins... Read More

Noah Droddy '13 Qualifies for US Olympic Trials

January 18, 2016

Noah Droddy, a 2013 graduate of DePauw University, has qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the marathon, which will take place February 13 in Los... Read More

Magazine Story on Rise of Real-Life Crime Shows Cites Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 17, 2016

Programs such as Netflix's documentary series, Making a Murderer, "coupled with last year's breakout podcast Serial and the critically acclaimed docuseries... Read More

Big TV Deals Have Caused College Football to Lose its Way: Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 15, 2016

"The clock has run out on another college football season, so it’s time for the powers that be to assess the condition of the product," writes Jeff McCall... Read More

Lawren Mills '01 & Matt Ehinger '06 Named Partner at Ice Miller

January 12, 2016

Two DePauw University graduates -- Matt Ehinger '06 and Lawren K. Mills '01 -- have been named partners of Ice Miller LLP, effective January 1, 2016. ... Read More

"Economies of Scale" are Driving Media Consolidation: Prof. Jeff McCall '76

January 9, 2016

"Media General, parent company of WTHI-TV, has agreed to be acquired by Nexstar Broadcasting Inc., parent company of NBC affiliate WTWO-TV, but the deal... Read More

Kate Manecke '06 Profiled in Ohio's Columbus Monthly

January 8, 2016

"WOSU-TV program host and special events marketing manager Kate Manecke moved to New York City six months after graduating from college at DePauw University... Read More

Metropolitan Opera Stage Manager Scott Moon '83 to Speak in Florida

January 7, 2016

Scott L. Moon, stage manager for the Metropolitan Opera in New York and 1983 graduate of DePauw University, will address Florida's Freedom Plaza Opera... Read More

British Invasion

January 5, 2016

Americans’ obsession with everything British is nothing new, according to M. Susan Anthony, Mary Alice Braden Professor of Communication and Theatre. The... Read More

Gary Life '85 Profiled in Newspaper

January 2, 2016

"Life on the stage is pretty thrilling. Just ask Gary Life, manager of service excellence at Tidelands Health, and the hundreds of theatergoers who saw... Read More