N.B.: Some images have been enhanced and one made from scratch.
N.B.: Some images have been enhanced.
N.B.: Some of these images have been artistically enhanced.
Que sigue pagando el otono con tanto dinero amarillo? - Pablo Neruda
Some shots of our neighborhood during Fall Break.
Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree. - Emily Bronte
There is a harmony In autumn, and a lustre in its sky, Which through the summer is not heard or seen, As if it could not be, as if it had not been! -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
Do what we can, summer will have its flies - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Alumni around campus Gallery 2 By: Linda Striggo
ARW 2011 Alumni Board meeting - awards and the passing of the gavel from Janet Johns '85 to Marc Veatch '75. Photos by Richard Fields.
Alumni around campus Gallery #4 Photos By: Linda Striggo
ARW 2011 - All-Alumni Reception and Entertainment under the stars with Indianapolis band "Five Easy Pieces." Photos by Richard Fields.
ARW 2011 - ARW Friday All-Alumni Kickoff Social Hour and dinner at the tent on East College lawn. Photos by Richard Fields.
A few shots here and there around campus.
The Class of 2011 commencement began outdoors at Holton Quadrangle and was moved indoors at East College due to approaching inclement weather. Photos by Richard Fields.
The Class of 2011 commencement at Holton Quadrangle and East College. Photos by Richard Fields.
DePauw Under the Stars celebrates the Class of 2011. Photos by Richard Fields.
Class of 2011 commencement rehearsal, group photo, and Senior Day at The Elms. Photos by Richard Fields.
Miscellaneous shots taken at the end of the school year.
Rector Scholar seniors meet at Almost Home for dinner with faculty and staff. Photos by Richard Fields.
Warm, April days are enjoyed by everyone!
A few miscellaneous shots around campus as we begin to think of spring.
Congressman Lee Hamilton's Ubben Lecture at Meharry Hall and visit to campus. Photos by Richard Fields
The sculpture Simple Logic was built in 2007 by artist Patrick Daughtery with assistance from students and faculty.
In America the ice-storm is an event. And it is not an event which one is careless about. When it comes, the news flies from room to room in the house, there are bangings on the doors, and shoutings, "The ice-storm! the ice-storm!" and even the...
Don't knock the weather - nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while. - Kin Hubbard
DePauw remains coated with ice two days after the big ice storm of February 1st and 2nd 2011. Photos by Richard Fields.
Winter is only a few short days (maybe hours) away in Indiana.
There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky, which through the summer is not heard or seen, as if it could not be, as if it had not been! - Percy Bysshe Shelley
Autumn color paints the campus high and low.
Brilliant sunshine and beautiful autumn days on campus.
Students quickly got into the routine and enjoyed seeing old friends and making new ones.
Class of 2014 students participate in 1st year experience activities with mentors on East College lawn and at Holton Quadrangle. Photos by Richard Fields.
A variety of images around campus from ARW 2010. Photos by Richard Fields.
A crowd celebrates "DePauw Under the Stars" on the East College lawn as weather conditions provide welcome relief from recent rainstorms. Photos by Richard Fields.
No man is an island, entire of itself every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. - John Donne
Evening scenes on campus prior to the Academic Awards Convocation. Photos by Richard Fields.
WHAN that Aprille with his shoures soote . . .
THE droghte of Marche hath perced to the roote . . .
Various corners of campus during the week of April 12.
April hath put a spirit of youth in everything. - William Shakespeare
Sharmin Spencer's psychology class on East College lawn.
Mentors and RA's for fall 2010 gather for a group photo at the arch (more to come later). Photos by Richard Fields.
Warm temperatures and sunshine brings everyone out.
Panoramic views of East College and environs.
Good weather on St. Patrick's Day brought many outdoors.
It's good to be outside after the long, cold winter.
Frost is the greatest artist in our clime - He paints in nature and describes in rime. - Thomas Hood
Winter scenes on and near campus. Photos by Richard Fields.
Two very snowy days.
Heavy wet snow on Friday afternoon, February 5, 2010, creates a winter wonderland on Saturday morning. Photos by Richard Fields.
Aerial views from 100 feet above Blackstock Stadium
Students featured in the honor roll of donors profiles include Sarah Chamberlain, Lauren Reich, Nikki Craker, Andrew Maddocks, Daryl Mowrey (stained glass), Stefan Freed, Danielle Boyd, Stephanie Baratta, Marcus Gray, Ganga Devaiah, Anthony...
Karl Rove and Howard Dean participate in a student forum in Meharry Hall of historic East College. The session was moderated by Ken Owen '82. David Dietz, president of the College Democrats, and Sam Spahn, president of the College Republicans, led...
Campus scenes from September 2009 including the outdoor blackboard, Adirondack chairs, East College, outdoor classes, students and other scenes.
Accomplished photographer Bill Prosser '59 shares some images made on campus during the Class of '59 golden reunion anniversary. Photos by Bill Prosser.
1st images from ARW 2009 including a "roast" of astronaut Joe Allen`59 and Thursday evening's storm.
50th Reunion Welcome Back Dinner at the Great Hall, Green Center for the Performing Arts, on Wednesday 6-10-09.
Employees are recognized for their service to Depauw University during dinner at the Green Center for the Performing Arts.
Spring scenes at DePauw and nearby places.
Spring scenes aound campus on April 23 and 29 - photos by Larry Ligget.
DePauw spring scenes on April 16-17, 2009 - photos by Larry Ligget.
Jane Pauley's Ubben Lecture at Meharry Hall on Friday, April 17, 2009 presented in conjunction with the Society of Profesional Journalists 100th anniversary celebration.
Beginning with registration at the Julian Center, Admission hosts the Winter Admitted Student Open House on Valentines Day 2009 for students and their families.
Environmental and sustainability events on National Teach-In day (Weds 2-5-09)
A 10" snow fell on the DePauw campus Tuesday night. Classes were not cancelled.
Winter scenes around campus in January 2009 by Larry Ligget
Womens basketball media guide cover shoot at east college in meharry hall.
A variety of photos featuring fall color and people on campus late october and early november 2008
Fall color and students on Monday morning, 11-03-08, election day eve
Miscellaneous images by Larry Ligget - including campus scenes, nature park, and donor plaza fountain
Old Gold Weekend picnic and parade following Brian Caseys inauguration on friday
The inauguration of Brian W. Casey as the nineteenth president of DePauw University. Photos by Alex Turco.
Expanded Gallery - the inauguration of brian w. casey as the nineteenth president of DePauw university at holton memorial quadrangle on friday, october 10, 2008 at four oclock in the afternoon.
Lee H. Hamilton 52 and bret baier 92: "americas role in the world - a conversation with lee hamilton" - DePauw university - east college - meharry hall on thursday 9-18-2008 8pm
Campus scenes on the 1st day of classes, Fall semester 2008
Class of 2012 mentor groups and campus scenes on day 2 of fall 2008
Opening Day activities on campus for the Class of 2012
Lights at east college and an ice cream social highlight Brian Caseys first day as DePauws 19th president
Alumni Reunion Weekend (ARW) - Marilyn E. Culler photos 3
DePauw University education classes meeting outdoors in May
Candid images of students on campus in the fall.
A photo gallery of images the past couple of years at DePauw.
Archived campus buildings past and present.
Alumni Reunion Weekend (ARW) 2007- Campus Candid Photos
DePauw Discourse: the biographers craft: taylor branch, pulitzer prize-winner and author of at canaans edge: america in the king years moderator: ken bode, eugene s. pulliam distinguished visiting professor of journalism, DePauw university
DePauw Discourse: a conversation with Allan Hubbard, assistant to the president for economic policy and director of the National Economic Council Moderator: Dr. Mary Dixon, Q.G. Noblitt Professor of Economics and Management
How deep is americas crisis? Lee Hamilton '52, former congressman, co chair of iraq study group and former vice chair of 9/11. moderator: John McWethy '69,former abc news special correspondent
Pictorial overview of Commencement 2006.