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 Bryan LeBlanc Staff Writer Ohioans are all obsessed with buckeyes. All Ohioans are from around a city that starts with “C.” Coming to Denison from Massachusetts, I picked up many of these Ohio stereotypes in my first semester. I found more and more exceptions to these stereotypes, but one that I believe still holds […]

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By Meghan Pearce Special to The Denisonian A new wave of empowerment is motivating Denisonians: a wave of forward thinking and change-making. It is becoming increasingly obvious that a fresh perspective on what it means to be engaged citizens has overtaken our campus. The time has come to embrace these changes. I am a firm […]

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This summer, I interned at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, which I have written about on occasion in the past. While there, I signed on to my supervisor, Mila Sanina’s, Tumblr project called “The Digs.” This project, started in August 2012, pulls photos out of the Post-Gazette’s photo library and then finds clippings to back up the […]

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Oliver North’s Wednesday arrival on campus was anticipated with much hubbub. This newspaper ran an opinion piece two weeks ago regarding the former colonel, accompanied by several pieces in the Bullsheet. Posters advertising North’s appearance, as well as protesting it, could be found across the length and breadth of A-Quad and elsewhere. After gauging student […]

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Edward Bailey ‘17 sits alone in his dorm room in the basement of Crawford Hall. The door is locked while he awaits an important business call. Suddenly, a sound very similar to that of a struggling duck starts quacking from his cell phone. Bailey stands up abruptly and begins pacing back and forth, occasionally walking […]

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What do Alumni Relations, the Annual Fund and University Communications all have in common? They fall under the purview of one person: the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Julie Houpt ’75. Houpt’s office sits in the west wing of the fifth floor of Burton-Morgan, overlooking North Quad. When she’s ready to start our interview, she’s […]

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