December 14, 2018
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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After compiling a 15-2 overall record, an NCAC championship, and a ticket to the Elite Eight last year, it may seem hard for the 2013 Men’s Denison Lacrosse team to build on last year’s success.However, having graduated three All-Americans, the team needs players to step up and all the void. Coach Michael Caravana, who is […]

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It was a tough one to swallow for the 27th ranked Big Red Men’s tennis team, as they lost a 5-4 nail biter that came down to the last singles match versus Earlham. And while this loss is damaging, the play was impressive considering what the mighty Big Red have lost leading up to this […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Forum Editor Like many, I fell for Gotye’s infectious breakup anthem, “Somebody that I Used to Know”. But perhaps uniquely, I found myself applying the song to President Obama. Even though I voted to reelect him, I felt that the president had devolved from the young, energetic Senator brimming with ideas to […]

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By Latasha Hoard Copy Editor After a conversation I had with a couple of friends last week about Denison’s annual celebration of the Vagina Monologues and the corresponding V-Day celebration on Feb. 14. it got me thinking about how Denison would respond if we had a P-Day. I know that this may sound kind of […]

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There has been much debate over the legalities, ethical and moral usage of drone warfare. Drones allow us to strike enemies with human soldiers afar, but there have been instances where innocent citizens have died as a result of drone usage. Chris Herman ‘16 isn’t so sure we’re using them right, while Matthew Pennekamp ‘16 […]

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Denison has always strived to create a sense of community, but can we honestly say that this strive is continuous or is it only situational? Is it only when a detrimental event takes place that we start to notice what we lack as a university? The topic and idea of community was discussed last week […]

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