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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By Crystal Karges RDN, IBCLC on behalf of Eating Disorder Hope This is a contributing article from Eating Disorder Hope to The Denisonian  to assist in educating our academic community Regardless of where you might be in your college career, you have likely experienced the challenges, excitement, and considerable opportunities that come with this period in your […]

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It is not a common occurrence for a Denison club team to be in the national spotlight. This is not the case, however, for the women’s rugby team. Defending Division II Ohio champions, the Big Red has consistently shown that it is the local team to beat. The success of last year’s season ended with […]

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By Stephanie Antonetti Staff Writer After a tough battle against Kenyon’s Jenna Willett last Saturday, Big Red senior Olivia Galano overpowered the other women to win the 2013 North Coast Athletic Conference Women’s Cross Country Championship in Meadville, Pennsylvania. As a team, the women finished fourth in the overall championship after securing three runners in […]

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By Laura Carr Staff Writer The Big Red football team finished off a historic season with a 42-7 win against North Coast Athletic Conference rival, Kenyon College, on Nov. 16 at Piper Stadium. Denison ended the season with a 7-3 record, good enough for fourth place in the final NCAC rankings. The victory also marked […]

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The United States is undoubtedly one of the most – if not the most – racially diverse country in the world, and seven percent of American children born in the last decade were bi- or multiracial. Denison English professor Diana Mafe, a Canada native, has a new book out that explores literary representations of biracial […]

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By Grant Veltman Staff Writer Reflecting on the last five years in film, the presence of racially charged stories that have emerged has been strong. These works, namely The Help, Lincoln, Django Unchained, and just this year, The Butler and Fruitvale Station, have each left their mark on the dialogue of race in unique form. […]

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