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 Kristof Oltvai & Curtis Edmonds Editors Emeritus “I went to Philadelphia very soon after the decision was made and we were beginning to implement it, and I was meeting alums to answer questions,” said Michele Myers, the eighteenth president of Denison University. She continued, “Then a young man…stood up and he started haranguing me, […]

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By Alexandria Martin Staff Writer This past Saturday, Denisonians were graced with the hilariously comic duo, Frangela. Frangela came to Denison presenting some of their most recent comedic pieces with a passionate, very straight forward and energetic performance. They began their pieces by creating a personal dialogue, but as the show went on the audience […]

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By Amelia Hitchens Features Editor Denison University is home to many married couples throughout the faculty.  When Catherine Dollard ‘88 applied to work in the history department, she did not expect to soon meet her soul mate. Dollard met her husband, Tim Burczak, at a first year faculty orientation. Burczak had been working at Denison […]

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By Kalyn Dunkins Arts & Life Editor The sociology-anthropology department is taking part in sponsoring Denison’s tenth annual Human Rights Film Festival, which will be a presentation of a total of five documentary films spread out through the semester. The festival is being presented as a way to raise awareness to faculty and students in […]

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By Jewell Porter Editor-in-Chief You know how when you’re staring at an empty Word document, the line just sits there blinking back and forth into existence, almost taunting you at your inability to write a simple sentence or form a coherent thought? Well, I’ve been staring at that blinking line for the past fifteen minutes […]

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By Kristof Oltvai News Editor Emeritus On Jan. 7, armed gunmen stormed the offices of Paris’ satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people. Al Qaeda and ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks, citing the magazine’s repeated, often inflammatory caricatures of the prophet Mohammed as an offense against Islam. Immediately, the free world was up in […]

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