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Cullen Hunter '17 traveled to Rome's Gustolab International Institute for Food Studies to study the science and culture of food.
Read more in "A Closer Look at Food"

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Yuka Kitajima ‘17 shares her Honor Scholar senior thesis with members of the DePauw community.
Read more in "Thesis Statements"

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For the sixth consecutive year, DePauw University is among the nation's leading producers of Fulbright winners.
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Boston's public schools recently ditched the classic Mercator projection. Amy Brown '17 explains why others might follow suit.
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92 percent of the Class of 2015 is employed in a job or internship or pursuing graduate school.
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Professor Brian Wright and Jimmy McDonnell ’17 study human biomechanics using motion analysis software and underwater video cameras in Erdmann Natatorium.
Read more in "The Body in Motion"

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Students in Art Professor Lori Miles' sculpture classes created their own miniature golf course to raise money for local art programs.
Read more in "Art in Miniature Golf"

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Former British Prime Minister David Cameron meets with DePauw students during his Ubben Lecture visit.
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This January, we highlighted the courses and trips that make Winter Term a special time to be a DePauw student.
Read more at "22 Days of Winter Term"

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Nationally recognized, DePauw provides a set of exceptional college experiences marked by intellectual rigor and shaped by a dynamic faculty. These experiences are further enhanced by an engaging residential campus community and a breadth and depth of perspectives inside and outside of the classroom.


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DePauw By The Numbers


  • 7all-sports trophies

    Won, in consecutive years, by the DePauw Tigers, including their first year in the North Coast Athletic Conference. 

  • 23sports teams

    Including baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball.

  • 165years published

    The DePauw student newspaper has been in publication since 1852, making it the oldest student newspaper in Indiana at 165 years published.

  • 30%

    Of students have done research with a faculty member by senior year.