February 17, 2019
  • 7:15 pm Women’s basketball celebrates their three seniors with win
  • 7:15 pm Big Red suffer two home NCAC losses, fall to 6-16
  • 7:07 pm Big Red hockey rallies together to skate away with back-to-back wins
  • 7:04 pm Why we need to agree on the G.O.A.T. once and for all
  • 7:00 pm Valentine’s Day: Cute or commercialized?
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If there were something different about D-day 2013, it was not only the 1,500 students who crowded Mitchell Athletic Center, it was also  the students themselves, and the whole community. This year’s D-Day saw several changes from last year. One significant addition was a campus cookout on the Reese-Shackleford Common starting at 4:30 p.m. Dining […]

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“The rise of China isn’t only an economic event. It’s a cultural one,” says David Brooks of The New York Times. “The ideal of a harmonious collective may turn out to be as attractive as the ideal of the American Dream. It’s certainly a useful ideology for aspiring autocrats.” This quote comes from the article […]

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Saturday night, the stage was set for a solid evening. Crowds pushed latecomers in Burke’s Black Box Theatre to the scaffolds, although President Weinberg managed a center-stage seat. I daresay neither he nor this reviewer were disappointed by what followed. The Denison Independent Theatre Association (DITA) pulled off one of their best one-act festivals yet. […]

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By Haley Jones Special to The Denisonian My parents raised my brothers and I as non-denominational Christians, giving us the freedom to explore a specific aspect of Christianity or another religion when we got older. Around the eighth grade, I decided I wanted to be confirmed in the Catholic Church. I made this decision for […]

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By Debbie Gillum News Editor Denison students learned how they can personally make a difference in the world when they spent their Fall Break at the National Power Shift convention in PIttsburgh, PA. 25 students plus the Bon Appetit Sustainability Manager attended the grassroots-based movement to learn how to shift the power in communities, on […]

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If you are a woman in rural Ethiopia, chances are high that you have fistula. Although this hole that develops between a woman’s reproductive organs and excretory system, viewed as a curse, is a treatable condition, most women with fistula live without being treated medically and humanely. Abdi Ali ‘13 and Shiyu “Amy” Huang ‘13 […]

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