Indianapolis Monthly featured DePauw University in its August 2006 issue.
The magazine lists Greencastle among the "Best of the College Towns." A full-page profile of the community includes photos of East College, the entrance to the DePauw University Nature Park, and an image of diners at the campus eatery, Marvin's.
The text lists the Richard E. Peeler Art Center, Marvin's garlic cheeseburger, and the Walden Inn as other local attractions
U.S. News & World Report has ranked DePauw in the nation's top tier of national liberal arts colleges for six consecutive years.
Historic East College is pictured on the cover of America's Best Value Colleges: 2007 Edition, which lists DePauw University as one of 150 colleges offering excellent academics, generous financial aid packages and relatively low costs.
Princeton Review's annual publication, The Best 357 Colleges: 2006 Edition, also gives DePauw high marks for its academics and social scene, as does College Prowler's guide to DePauw University.
The National Survey of Student Engagement finds that students at DePauw University enjoy significantly more academic challenges, interactions with faculty, collaborations with others and enriching educational experiences than students at peer institutions and the national average at all colleges and universities.
DePauw is also among the "Top 50 Most Unwired College Campuses," a survey of all institutions of higher learning -- big and small -- sponsored by Intel Corporation.
DePauw is ranked No. 30 -- the highest of any liberal arts college in America -- in the report.