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Monthly Archives: October 2013

D-Day 2013: Celebrating artists and students

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 [...]

October 31, 2013 News
Keenan: Confucianism a “fragile flower” in China today

Keenan: Confucianism a “fragile flower” in China today

“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 [...]

October 31, 2013 News

DITA One-Acts gives strong showcase amid iffy beginnings

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. [...]

October 30, 2013 Arts and Life

Celebrating religious diversity

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 [...]

October 30, 2013 Opinion

Power Shift

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 [...]

October 29, 2013 News

Ethiopian women “revived” by Denison alumni

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 [...]

October 29, 2013 News