Fine Arts

Making the Case for Cursive

The introduction of technology in the classroom seems like a win-win situation, but psychologists and neuroscientists are hesitant to write handwriting off as a...

Mein Kampf and German Censorship

Part of Post-World War II policy in Germany was to ban Nazi propaganda and symbols from being displayed. This includes propaganda from the Nazi...

Copyrighting Anne Frank’s Diary

On January 1, Anne Frank's diary was published online by more than one person, despite outcry from the Anne Frank Fonds, the foundation founded...
A photo of the U.S. Supreme Court

Rap on Facebook and the Supreme Court

Facebook is a place used for self-expression; many people use it to update others about their lives or post about how they're feeling. Anthony...

Art of Awareness 2015 Winning Photos

DePauw is well known for its many off-campus classes, faculty-led excursions, and high rates of students who study abroad. Whether DePauw students choose to...

Prindle and Conflict Studies to host ‘The Trials of Muhammad Ali’...

Come out to the Prindle Institute on Wednesday, September 17 at 8 PM for an outdoor screening of the 2014 documentary The Trials of Muhammad...

Whiteness, Accessibility and the Art Museum

Traditionally "white spaces," art museums must navigate the tensions between accessibility, representation and financial stability.

The Audacity of “I”

In defense of incorporating first-person into academic texts of all kinds.

Animated Television: A Boys’ Club?

Why are cartoon producers driving female viewers away from their shows?

Abolitionists Unfrozen

This article, by DePauw History professor David Gellman, originally appeared in Historians Against Slavery on August 15, 2014. If all the great abolitionists of the...