The DePauw

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The DePauw is a tabloid-sized newspaper published most Tuesdays and Fridays of the school year by the DePauw University Board of Control of Student Publications. The newspaper receives no funding from DePauw University and owns its offices, which are located in the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media on DePauw's campus in Greencastle, Ind. The DePauw is delivered free of charge to students on the dates of publication. Free issues also are provided to the faculty, staff and administration. Paid circulation is limited to mailed copies of the newspaper. The DePauw is also online. The newspaper also has a Facebook page and a Twitter account.

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In its 160th year, The DePauw is Indiana's oldest college newspaper, founded in 1852 under the name Asbury Notes. The DePauw is a completely independent, not-for-profit organization and is fully staffed by students. Ellen Kobe is the current editor-in-chief of The DePauw.[1]

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