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Assessing the 2017 DePauw Dialogue: Was it Effective?

A photo of the Depauw boulder.

DePauw’s annual Day of Dialogue is a day where classes are cancelled and students congregate in spaces across campus to discuss prevalent racially and socially charged topics that DePauw students encounter. Or at least that’s the goal of Day of Day of Dialogue. In the wake of DePauw’s Day of Dialogue this past week, one question seems to loom over campus like a shadow: was this year’s Day of Dialogue effective? Did students leave the spaces where they had conversations about race as better people? Or at least did they leave more aware? Continue reading “Assessing the 2017 DePauw Dialogue: Was it Effective?”