April 24, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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By Julian Howell The Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio was one of the highlights of the 2013-2014 season Denison Men’s Swimming and Diving team, where they dominated the opposition to get a 1st place finish. A memorable moment from that meet was when junior, Damon Rosenburg ’15 Division III record-breaking performance in the 100 m […]

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By Cecilia Salomone, Arts and Life Editor This year, as a part of Denison’s annual week-long celebration to honor the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., several student groups participated in the “Call to Critical Thinking” event held in Swasey Chapel on Monday afternoon. During this event, there were performances by the Denison […]

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By Stephanie Antonetti Taekwondo is a Korean Martial Art that stands for, “Art of the hand and foot.” The sport combines combat and self-defense in a way that is fun, challenging, exciting, and a good workout. Here at Denison, the purpose of the club is to teach students and staff a new and unique art […]

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Here on The Hill, we like to make things uniquely our own. To commemorate the life of the beloved Civil Rights activist and leader, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., we extend what typically is a daylong event into a weeklong celebration. This year’s theme was “Call and Response: The Call of King’s DREAM and Denison’s […]

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By David Allen The first time is always the worst. BOOM! THACK! CRUNCH! The first head injury is always, for the lack of a better word, special. BOOM! THACK! CRUNCH! The sounds of the helmet crashing, it’s deafening, yet it’s not that loud. BOOM! THACK! CRUNCH! “It felt like my brain was floating on a […]

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These weeks are the “Once upon a time” stage, the very first pages of spring semester. As all sixteen thousand activities are starting up again, we’re forming first impressions of classes and classmates and professors. In one of my classes, a professor called our time here “magical,” and while Denison does not compare to the […]

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