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DePauw Magazine:The How-To Issue

Barbara Kingsolver’s recent collection of poems includes one titled “How to Be Hopeful.” It’s the same title as her 2008 commencement address at Duke University.

Who better to contribute to DePauw Magazine’s How-To Issue than someone who has ventured there? Well, there’s that, plus she’s the bestselling author of 16 books.

And who better to tell us how to save a life than an emergency room physician; how to find peace at death than an end-of-life coach?

DePauw has a fascinating array of accomplished alumni and faculty members. We imposed on a few of them to tell us how they do what they do. 

Lauren Clark '11 wearing headphones Mike Baker
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How to be creative in a crisis

Coming April 20
Jim Alling ’83 headshot
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How to do well by doing good

Coming April 20
Tip Moody headshot Frank Simkonis
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How to reckon with the past

Coming April 27
J Miranda seated in their studio
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How to die peacefully

Coming April 27
Tenzer offices
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Headshot of MAUREEN KNUDSEN LANGDOC Vickie S. Black
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The Bo(u)lder Question by Maureen Knudsen Langdoc

Coming May 4
Headshot of Nate Spangle '19
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First Person by Nate Spangle ’19

Coming May 4
Brian Gau ’96 in the lab at Pfizer’s biopharmaceutical sciences division
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Leaders the World Needs: Dixon ’01 and Gau ’96

Coming May 4
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