The Denisonian

Hey, let’s talk all about Aug-O 2.0

October 4, 2017 The Denisonian Opinion 0

SARA WORONCOW ‘18 SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN As a three-time Aug-O leader, I think it’s pretty obvious that I support the first-year office and the role that Aug-O holds on our campus. First and foremost, the goal of August Orientation is to form connections between first year students and to [...]

More Downs than Ups at D.U. Lead

October 4, 2017 The Denisonian Opinion 0

OMARI GARRETT ’21 SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN Prior to boarding the bus for D.U. Lead, some students elected not to go on the trip and stayed on campus and faced the $100 fee that would be levied from not attend- ing, the very thing that bound many others to their [...]

Ethical journalism in the midst of debates

October 4, 2017 Rachel Epstein Editor's Corner, Opinion 0

When Savannah, Kaitlyn and I received an embarrassingly unprofessional email from a woman claiming to be from Fox News asking for a writer’s contact information a few weeks ago, we thought little of it. It seemed innocuous at best; there was no mention of why the information was requested or [...]

Hurricane Maria: how can Denison help?

October 4, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

MAX CURTIN STAFF WRITER Harvey. Irma. Jose. Maria. What are we supposed to do about them from Ohio? We have all heard about the devastating hurricanes that have swept through our country on several different fronts over the past several weeks, wreaking havoc in regions including, but not limited to, [...]

“G.O.A.T.” brings attention to hazing on campuses

October 4, 2017 Marisa Hombosky Features, News 0

The room went dark. The screen was filled with shirtless young men, screaming in slow motion at the camera. Testosterone boiled over in the faces of each man, with a need to overexert their power over someone. That someone was a pledge. The Alford Campus Leadership and Involvement Center (CLIC) [...]

Women’s volleyball lick their wounds from Polar Bear beatdown

October 4, 2017 The Denisonian Sports 0

HELEN HINTON STAFF WRITER Exhaustion showed on the faces of the Big Red, but signs of quitting were nowhere to be seen. Serve after serve, Denison matched the Ohio Northern Polar Bears’ intensity. The Big Red weren’t going down without a fight. The volleyball team returned to Livingston Gymnasium to [...]