November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
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By Laura Carr Of the thirty-three club sports that Denison University has to offer, quidditch may be one of the most unique. Denison alums Jen Nygren ’12 and Liza Raino-Ogden ’12 introduced the sport to the school in 2010. According to the International Quidditch Association website, Xander Manshel founded quidditch in 2005 at Middlebury College. […]

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By Xavier Vargas Freshman Jordan Holmes, junior Mary Margaret, and junior guard Candise Love led the Big Red against Hiram to a dominating performance on the road. Denison was down early and had to make a change. After regrouping the Big Red would power up and take a 24-4 run, they also had a 19-0 […]

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By Cecilia Salomone, Arts and Life Editor How many people can say that they’ve starred in a documentary even before starting college? Freshman Juan Jose Bernabe can. Last year, Bernabe was one of six young people featured in the PBS documentary Los Graduados (“The Graduates”). The film, which premiered last fall, focuses on the struggles […]

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By Jessica Merrils, Staff Writer If you ever wondered what type of professors the religion department has kept up their sleeves, go into Professor Jonathan Moore’s office and you will find some of the coolest, quirkiest things. Walking into Moore’s office, you might think he is a genius student. On his door he has stickers […]

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The woman, 86, could barely walk. She spent most of her day lying down, listening to the radio or our conversation. She complained about her back problems and her inability to take care of her village home. She couldn’t drink alcohol, not even a sip of pálinka. The most active she was all day was […]

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By Clarice Pranger, Forum Editor America has become fully engaged in a war on privacy. As technology continues to advance, the public is becoming more and more aware of the dangers of allowing access to the private information that makes up their lives, but as they become more aware, they conversely become more vulnerable. Cell […]

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