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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Nelson Mandela: Are we failing his legacy?

By Ronald E. Santoni Professor Emeritus Richly deserved tributes and beautiful, understandably emotional eulogies continue to pour in from all over the world after the passing of Nelson Mandela. He justifiably has  been praised for his courage, strength of character, [...]

December 19, 2013 Opinion, Other

Pre-Veterinary Club forms on campus, hopeful for future

By Debbie Gillum News Editor Attending a liberal arts school is great, but it means that Denison students looking to become veterinarians have found themselves with only a limited support network on The Hill. So Dory Enright, a sophomore from [...]

December 10, 2013 News

You Move, Move You dance performance stuns

By Haley Jones Staff Writer As both a Staff Writer and fine arts enthusiast, it was thrilling to attend a performance of “You Move, Move You,” which was hosted by The Dance Department . The performance opened at 8 p.m. [...]

December 10, 2013 Arts and Life

New gas line will help replace coal, fuel village

Good parking spots are sometimes hard to find on campus, and it’s about to become harder. But it’s a worthwhile sacrifice: some of the treasured spots behind Crawford will be closed off until after winter break to install a natural [...]

December 10, 2013 News

The Juicebox: new student magazine

This past weekend, students may have noticed a new publication circulating across campus. After months of careful planning, The Juicebox has finally hit the stands. According to its Facebook group, the purpose of The Juicebox is to create “an open [...]

December 10, 2013 News

Second Leadershape

Each January for about five years, about 70 Denison students and several faculty hop on coach buses to participate in an off-campus week of leadership development. But for each participant on that bus, there was another student who had not [...]

December 10, 2013 News