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Greek Life

November 15, 2017 The Denisonian Editor's Corner, Opinion 0

RACHEL EPSTEIN AND CHLOE SFERRA If you have the opportunity to make change on this campus for the better, we hope you take it. Whether we like it or not, Greek life has this kind of power. Nearly all of the party life is influenced by sororities and fraternities, which [...]

Behind the Stage: An Interview with Mike Morris

November 15, 2017 The Denisonian Features 0

ROSA CANALES Mike Morris, a resident of Granville, Ohio, sits behind his large desk. On the wall, hangs a white board with scribbles and circles organizing his life into a series of lists and tasks. Morris uses these check lists to keep track of events at Denison, working behind the [...]

Robert Abbott

November 15, 2017 Kaitlyn Specht Features 0

Graphic design and design-thinking – they go hand in hand, right? For some people, design-thinking might seem like nothing more than a buzzword, but for Robert Abbott, one of our newest entrepreneurs-in-residence at Denison, design-thinking has been an integral part of his career path. “I’ve been doing a form of [...]

Fourth Study Abroad

November 15, 2017 Chloe Sferra Features 0

Studying abroad, in the past few issues, has shown how students adapted to new locations. For Kaila Russell, adapting to a new place also meant changing a part of her character. Russell, a 20 year-old anthropology/sociology and Women and Gender Studies double major from Yellow Springs, Ohio, tells how she [...]

Denison’s newest employees give a new meaning to the term ‘Super Senior’

November 15, 2017 The Denisonian Features 0

SOPHIE BELLONE Has the the thought “What am I going to do after I graduate?” ever crossed your mind? Well for these recent grads, it definitely did. So what do Asesha Dayal ‘17, Ryan Polk ‘17 and Chi Nguyen ‘17 all have in common, besides studying Economics? Exactly that. Luckily, [...]

Moonberries

November 15, 2017 Chloe Sferra Arts and Life 0

When you are a freshman, it can be hard to make friends. However, two freshmen took on a more difficult task in their first semester: making a band. Meet the Moonberries or, as their friends call them, Meatpile. The Moonberries consist of Steve Wright ‘19 on bass, Dan Timmermann ‘19 [...]