It’s About That Time of Year

Final Exam season is upon us.  Now that Turkey Day is behind us, countless hours of studying and visits to the library are inevitable.  Visit the blog tomorrow for links to the Brown Bag Lunch Videos where you can listen to senior MeFe’s discuss their internships!!

In case you missed it, William Clinton visited DePauw just over a week ago.  Yes, that’s right.  We bring former Presidents to DePauw to speak.  Clink on the link to read more about his visit to Greencastle!

http://www.depauw.edu/news/?id=27901

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Favorite MeFe Monon Traditions!

2011 Monon Bell Ticket

Are you ready?

We asked current Media Fellows to share their favorite  Monon Traditions!

“My only Monon tradition has been sitting on the Wabash side with my dad…my new favorite tradition is driving him crazy by wearing Black and Gold to the game!” -Alex Gasaway ’14

“I love the game because it reminds me of high school games. It’s really cool here because we’re such a close community and everyone knows the players. It’s one of the only games that the entire school (along with tons of other people) gets together to show support for DePauw.” –Kelly Reeves ‘13

This is my first Monon but I’m looking forward to tailgating and the football game because I’m taking pictures for the paper!” –Stephanie Aanenson ‘15

“The 12 am free pancake breakfast. Yum.” –Emily Green ‘14

“My favorite Monon tradition would be eating pancakes in the Hub the night of the game. No matter where people were on campus or what they were doing, everyone seems to come together to enjoy free pancakes at midnight. It always makes me feel like our campus is connected even though we’re all so busy with different interests.” –Margaret Distler ‘13

“Tailgating!” –Meg Crowley ‘14

“My favorite Monon tradition is how many Alumni come back for the game. I’m the third of my siblings to come to DePauw so Monon is a great opportunity for my sisters and I to spend time together cheering on our team!” –Molly McGonigal ‘12


			

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Media Fellows open up new Evansville basketball arena with radio broadcast

Ryan Foutty and Michael Appelgate at the new Ford Center

Ryan Foutty, sports director for 91.5 WGRE, and Michael Appelgate, Sports Editor for The DePauw, broadcasted the DePauw versus Evansville basketball game in the new Ford Center for in its inaugural contest.

Ryan Foutty

Michael Appelgate said being a part of the game was a “great experience and an honor.”  Both Ryan and Michael are Media Fellows and are both very involved with the WGRE and The DePauw newspaper.

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Mary Leonard Inducted into Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media Media Wall of Fame

Mary Leonard, Deputy Managing Editor of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mary Leonard, from the class of ’70, returned to DePauw to speak to students and staff, and to be honored with her induction into the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media Media Wall of Fame.  Congratulations Mary!!

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New York Times Metro Editor, Carolyn Ryan, speaks to Media Fellows

 

Carolyn Ryan, the Metro Editor for the New York Times, spoke to students about her career path on Wednesday.  Ryan provided students with many interesting stories about her work and lifestyle of a journalist.  She also discussed many other things including her vision for the New York Times in the future.  Many students became involved in the conversation with questions and comments as the lecture progressed!

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Monon Ticket Information

To find out more about tickets for this years Monon Bell game @ DePauw University, click below!

Monon Ticket Information

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Yo-Yo Ma at DePauw

Yo-Yo Ma speaks at DePauw

 

Yo-Yo Ma visited DePauw over the September 28th weekend which included a DePauw Discourse performance and discussion as well as a master class with DePauw School of Music students in the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts. The world-renowned cellist then surprised students at the student union with a performance, as many gathered to get a glimpse!

Yo-Yo Ma performs in the student union cafeteria

 

 

 

Yo-Yo Ma performs

 

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