Even after 500 wins, it's still all about the players for DePauw Coach Huffman
When head coach Kris Huffman came to DePauw in 1992, the women?s basketball program was at a low point, to put it lightly. Besides having had to play for two different coaches during the season, the Tigers finished a meager 7-17, which marked their 14 th losing season in the last 16 years.
D-B grad to perform at White House concert
WASHINGTON ? Dobyns-Bennett High School graduate Catherine Anderson-Juana Quiones is among college students who will play in Christmas Concerts at the White House Saturday, Dec. 20.Anderson-Quinones, who goes by Catt, is the daughter of Daryel Anderson and Juana Quiones of Kingsport. The 2011 graduate of D-B is a student at DePauw University in Indiana.According to a news release from the ...
OPINION: There is no one solution to the campus climate tension
I have been observing campus climate tension at DePauw University as a student and now as a 2014 alumna and would like to propose the next step in solving the issue with tension in solidarity with other students.
Blowout of Wooster just the start of women's basketball's goal for NCAC perfection
The women?s basketball program at DePauw University is consistently held at the highest level of expectations?this season will be no different. The Tigers have begun by excelling in grudge matches and now starting the conference season with a win.
DePauw University nature park hosts first annual Reindeer Run/Walk 5K
On Saturday morning, about 100 runners and walkers, plus many other supporters, endured the chilly December weather in the DePauw Nature Park to participate in the First Annual Reindeer Run/Walk 5K. The event was organized by the DePauw chapter of Mortar Board in partnership with Giving Tree; the goal's event was to raise funds to provide a Christmas experience to children in need in the Putnam ...
DePauw University flower-ins to change due to Title IX
Traditional DePauw University flower-ins are a thing of the past. The Univeristy is taking affirmative action to change the dynamic of greek flower-ins to ensure compliance with Title IX regulations.
DePauw University performs the fourth annual Holiday Gala
The sound of beautiful horns, the hammering of drums and the plucking of strings filled DePauw?s Kresge Auditorium Saturday and Sunday when the DePauw School of Music hosted their fourth annual Holiday Gala, bringing in the festivities of the holidays.
DePauw University men?s and women?s swimming end 2014 with splash
Months of intense training paid off for both the DePauw?s men and women?s swimming and diving teams over the weekend as they closed out the calendar year at Kenyon College.
Yazaki to invest EUR 24 M in new auto parts plant in Braila
An auto parts plant representing an investment of EUR 24 M and generating 1,500 jobs will open in Braila halfway through next year, the investment being made by Japan?s Yazaki and Belgium developer Warehouses DePauw (WDP).
DePauw Student Government passes 11 pieces of legislation this semester
From a white paper concerning a smoothie stand in the new Welch Fitness Center to a white paper concerning lighting along Burkhart Walk, DePauw Student Government has passed 11 pieces of legislation.