September - 2007
Men's soccer vs holy cross158 PhotosSep 1, 2007
orchestra formal and candid images52 PhotosSep 3, 2007
DePauw University Orchestra formal group and candid images taken in the new Green Center for Performing Arts.
field hockey vs wittenberg84 PhotosSep 3, 2007
women's soccer vs chicago63 PhotosSep 4, 2007
Women's soccer vs chicago under lights!
andrew thayer class of 200215 PhotosSep 6, 2007
Management Fellows speaker, andrew thayer ༾, manager of financial planning, ata airlines.
field hockey vs lindenwood30 PhotosSep 9, 2007
school of music - chamber singers50 PhotosSep 10, 2007
The Chamber Singers gather in the Great Hall of the new Green Center for the Performing Arts.
graduate school fair78 PhotosSep 11, 2007
volleyball vs hanover54 PhotosSep 11, 2007
Volleyball vs Hanover in the Lilly Center.
women's volleyball team and individuals31 PhotosSep 11, 2007
Women's team and individual photos.
hp award with dave burque24 PhotosSep 13, 2007
management fellows lunch: frank hagaman15 PhotosSep 13, 2007
Frank Hagaman is awarded the McDermond Medal at the Managament Fellows lunch in the Union Building Ballroom.
womens soccer team and individuals28 PhotosSep 13, 2007
Women's soccer team and individual images.
men's soccer team and individuals32 PhotosSep 13, 2007
Men's soccer team and individual images.
travis nelson class of 199319 PhotosSep 14, 2007
Management Fellows speaker travis nelson ྙ, managing director, towerbrook capital partners.
greek life councilors14 PhotosSep 14, 2007
GLC - Greek Life Councilors
football vs centre177 PhotosSep 15, 2007
DePauw university's 120th football season is off to a 2-0 start, as the tigers roared in a 38-7 community day victory over southern collegiate athletic conference foe centre college at blackstock stadium this afternoon.
percussion quartet esclats22 PhotosSep 18, 2007
volleyball vs rose hulman26 PhotosSep 19, 2007
Volleyball vs Rose Hulman in the Lilly Center.
university band 200710 PhotosSep 20, 2007
The DePauw University Band poses for formal pictures on the steps of the new Green Center for the Performing Arts.