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Monthly Archives: April 2013

[Pictures] Les Misérables – Singer’s Theatre Workshop & Concert Choir

Denison’s premier musical theatre ensemble, Singer’s Theatre Workshop, wowed a packed Swasey Chapel audience with its concert performance of “Les Miserables” on Saturday, April 27, showcasing the vocal talents of its members. The cast, made up of veteran singers and [...]

April 28, 2013 Arts and Life

Morales, Tran win presidency and vice presidency

Around 1 a.m. Friday morning, an hour after polls closed, candidates for the presidency and vice presidency were contacted to be notified of the election out come. The next president of the Denison Campus Governance Association (DCGA) is Ana Morales [...]

April 26, 2013 News
DCGA Exec debate brings campus issues to fore

DCGA Exec debate brings campus issues to fore

By Kristof Oltvai and Matthew Pennekamp Features Editor, Staff Writer On the eve of DCGA elections, the presidential and vice presidential candidates gathered in the basement of Burton Morgan for debate. After opening comments, candidates fielded questions from the audience [...]

April 24, 2013 News

After 15 years, Dr. Knobel leaves Denison “a sounder institution”

Swasey Chapel, filled to the brim with students, faculty, and the Board of Trustees, rang clear with the melody of President Knobel’s voice on Friday. Quoting from Billy Joel’s “Piano Man,” he musically wondered, “Son, can you play me a [...]

April 24, 2013 Features

President Dale T. Knobel: A farewell in retrospect and prospect

By Dale T. Knobel President The boxes are beginning to pile up in a spare bedroom at Monomoy Place, and whenever the Knobels have a free evening (not many of those this time of year!), we’re sorting through another closet. [...]

April 24, 2013 Opinion

Letters from DCGA Presidential candidates

DCGA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2013   “This is my passion” By Jackson Wu-Pong Special to The Denisonian  Denisonians, As this campaign season gets going, I can’t help but reflect on my time at Denison. These past two years have been incredibly [...]

April 24, 2013 Opinion