DePauw University has announced students, faculty and staff will return to normal classroom and living operations in the fall. President Lori White says the decision is based on the university's following of health protocols, the availability of COVID-19 vaccines, along with the university's plan to distribute available vaccines.
GREENCASTLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - DePauw University is the recipient of a $1 million grant from Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.
News 8's Katiera Winfrey spoke to Depauw's president.
DePauw University first-year students and sophomores will begin on-campus classes August 31, with juniors and seniors returning to campus in the spring. President Lori White says the staggered return is due to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
The man who won the "Greatest of All Time" title on the long-running television game show Jeopardy! will be in Indiana on Tuesday.
A student recorded cell phone video of the latest incident involving the driver.
South Dakota-based POET LLC, the nation’s largest biofuels producer, is moving forward with its plan to shut down its biorefining plant in Cloverdale, leaving 50 Hoosiers without jobs effective Friday.
The American Red Cross has named Britt Sutton the new executive director for its Central Indiana Chapter. Sutton previously served as the director of policy for the Indiana Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services, specializing in administrative law and policy composition for the Indiana Medicaid Home and Community Based Services Waiver programs.
DePauw University is celebrating its capital campaign as the most successful campaign in the school’s history.
The bus driver held out his arm and blocked her from getting off at her stop, the student said.