March 26, 2019
  • 9:18 pm Communication faculty remember Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:47 pm Denison community mourns the death of Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:04 am Women’s lacrosse dominates in another home win against Rhodes
  • 12:55 am Denison’s men’s rugby club excited for upcoming spring season
  • 12:53 am Men’s lacrosse takes home a strong win over DePauw University
Follow us on Twitter

By Shaleen Sharan Staff Writer The applause from Knobel Hall for the winners of the Distinguished Leadership Awards (DLA) could be heard throughout Burton Morgan. Twenty students were selected from a list of 92 applicants to receive the DLA award. Laurel Kennedy said that every year, Denison gives these awards to graduating seniors who have […]

READ MORE

By Chelsea Winebrener, Special to the Denisonian Set 20 years after the events of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, The Malvolio Project, written by playwright-in-residence Betty Shamieh, focuses on the eponymous former steward on whom the characters of the original Shakespeare played a cruel jape. Although Malvolio (Jack Caudle ‘17) swore revenge at the end of the […]

READ MORE

By Cecilia Salomone, Arts and Life Editor Burke Recital Hall was filled to the brim on March 8 for the opening night of Denison’s 17th Annual Jazz Guitar Festival. According to Tom Carroll, guitar instructor and coordinator of jazz studies at Denison, the festival is the longest-running event of its kind in the United States. […]

READ MORE

By Kristof Oltvai, Editor Abroad On a beautiful Prague afternoon some time shortly after Valentine’s Day, I had a choice: enjoy a semi-springtime walk around the city, or binge-watch the second season of House of Cards. I chose the latter, but really the show could’ve waited. This is not to say that Kevin Spacey’s Machiavellian […]

READ MORE

by Trishna Desai, Fashion Columnist Whether or not you have seen the 2014 Oscar Award Show, chances are you have at least seen or heard of the stunning, and in some instances, crazy, celebrity styles that the stars adorned. Either way, it seems that the lasting memories in everyone’s mind was not that Frozen might […]

READ MORE

By Elaine Cashy, Arts and Life Assistant Editor On March 8, students had the chance to try out their self-defense skills and attend a seminar sponsored by the Tae Kwon Do club. Although few students took advantage of this opportunity, the ones who did seemed to have fun and learned how to throw an effective […]

READ MORE