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  • The Storytellers Magazine

    The Storytellers

    DePauw alumni create their own narratives by telling others’ stories

  • Meet Dave Roberts

    Meet Dave Roberts

    His job title is part staff, part faculty, but Dave Roberts is all about the students.

    Roberts is chemistry lab manager, hazardous materials specialist and part-time assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry. However, when he was hired at DePauw 20 years ago, it was as storeroom manager for the chemistry and biochemistry department.

  • Hidden legacy: Genealogical search strengthens alum's bond to DePauw Magazine

    Hidden legacy: Genealogical search strengthens alum's bond to DePauw

    I first stepped foot on DePauw's campus nearly two decades ago, in fall 1999, as a typical prospective student: awkwardly sitting in on a class, nervously interviewing with admission officers and eagerly touring the campus. 

  • The High-Flyin’ Class of ’92 Magazine

    The High-Flyin’ Class of ’92

    No kryptonite-bearing meteor struck Greencastle; no magical spell was cast by a benevolent sorcerer; and the Harmonic Convergence happened a year before they stepped on campus. Yet 30 years after they started down their DePauw pathway, promising graduates from the Class of 1992 have achieved stunning success, especially in communication and media. Their ascent has not necessarily come with the greatest of ease, but rather with hard work, flexibility and determination. 

  • Meet Angie Clevenger and Judy Hastings

    Meet Angie Clevenger and Judy Hastings

    If you’ve been to Café Roy in Roy O. West Library, you’ve probably met Angie Clevenger and Judy Hastings. They’ve been serving lattes, frappes and cappuccinos together for the last six years. And if you’re a frequent customer, they know your name and your order.

  • This stuff sticks onto your person Magazine

    This stuff sticks onto your person

    Video journalist Ben Solomon ’10 goes to daunting places that others avoid to tell devastating stories that otherwise won’t be told. The stories leave their mark on viewers. And him.

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