Thursday 30th March 2017,
The Denisonian

Senior students start Midwest Student Coalition for Climate Action

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Features 0

TANZEN ANGERT Features Editor The Midwest Student Coalition for Climate Action began with an idea. This idea was formed by senior environmental studies major Liam McIlroy. This idea came from his inner drive to contribute to the activism world in a way that satisfied himself longer than a phone call [...]

The infamous “Denison Snaps” view on being reported

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Features 0

CHLOE SFERRA News Editor Social media continues to grow around the world as people become more interested in how other people behave. The easiest way to share this information seems to be through Snapchat, and Denison is no different. DENISONsnaps is an account ran by a student here on campus [...]

There is a new club on campus: The Denison Wine Society

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Features 0

SAVANNAH DELGROSS Managing Editor Thursday nights in Knobel Hall will now be filled with (of-age) drinking, food and learning about the history and culture of wine. Denison Wine Society is officially recognized as a society on Denison’s campus. Co-founders Brandon Place ‘17, Richard Wehman ‘17 and Drew Gray ‘17 put [...]

Beck Series welcomes Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Thanh Nguyen

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

SAVANNAH DELGROSS Managing Editor “The question of storytelling is not just important for professional storytellers, … storytelling is crucial for all of us,” Viet Thanh Nguyen said to the audience. Nguyen, the winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel “The Sympathizer,” lectured to a sold-out auditorium [...]

Shoruq Debka Dance Troupe Visits Denison

March 29, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

GRACE ROONEY Special to The Denisonian The Shoruq Dance Troupe performed an enthralling sequence of traditional Palestinian Debka dances. The group is made up entirely of dancers between the ages of 12 and 16 coming from Dheisheh refugee camp on the West Bank. Much of the performance evoked sentiments that [...]

Student development faculty receive promotions

March 29, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

CASEY TRIMM News Editor From the outside looking in, it is easy to overlook the hard work that happens behind the scenes on campus. Between Denison athletics, health services, campus safety and more, the amount of effort and time required can become quite overwhelming. The work of the individuals who [...]

Micheal Kimmel discusses Guy Culture

March 29, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

JESSICA LEEDS RICHMAN Arts & Life Editor The 117 seat Burton Morgan Lecture hall was so full that students and faculty alike lined the walls and filled the floor in order to hear Dr. Michael Kimmel speak. Michael Kimmel is a SUNY distinguished professor of sociology at Stony Brook University [...]

I menstruate and I’m proud of it

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Opinion 0

JESSICA LEEDS RICHMAN ’20 Arts & Life Editor I menstruate and I am proud of it. Since the age of 14 I have been privy to the the monthly shedding of the uterine lining, or endometrium as the medical world calls it. As women, our periods are usually shamed and [...]

Fredo: literally the best dog

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Opinion 0

CHLOE SFERRA ‘20 News Editor Whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend clearly never had a pet. Over spring break, my family unexpectedly had to put down my loving red fox lab. Everyday I think about the fact that I will never get to see his puppy face or [...]

Why I’m disappointed that Chance The Rapper is headlining Lollapalooza

March 28, 2017 The Denisonian Opinion 0

EMMA STANCEY ‘18 Arts & Life Editor This year, Chance the Rapper will headline Lollapalooza, a world-renowned music festival in his hometown of Chicago. It’s a huge honor, no doubt. For a record-breaking rapper like Chance, who’s notoriously independent, this is truly a feat. Chance officially played at Lollapalooza in [...]