January 23, 2019
  • 5:02 pm ACC hosts Thai Dinner to support students in Thailand
  • 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
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By Owen Smith Sports Editor The word ‘trap’ could mean a lot of different things. There is the EDM-based trap music, or a drug dealer’s ‘trap’ house, or it could be a cage or net used to withhold creatures. For Bruce Webster Burton ‘17, trap is the shooting category that has propelled him to the […]

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By Kayla Marks Special to the Denisonian The Bandersnatch is now open for the spring semester, as of Jan. 26. The Bandersnatch, or “The Snatch” as most students refer to it, has been around for 50 years.  It is a popular spot to hang out late at night. In addition, it is infamous for its […]

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By Elizabeth Meiselman Special to the Denisonian  Composting our meals and recycling old items is part of the daily life of the average Denison student, and this has paid off in the national rankings. Last April, Denison University was on the list of the 379 “most green” colleges in the United States by the Princeton […]

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By Katy Barenholtz News Editor Like all communities, things happen that are out of the population’s control. Denison has created a way to inform the community of these incidents through an informative webpage called Campus Climate Watch. Its purpose is to post information about incidents concerning sexual misconduct, bias incidents and other violent occurrences. The […]

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By Meghan Powers Special to the Denisonian Past solar panel systems on campus have been small “demonstrations” compared to the new project that Jeremy King, Campus Sustainability Coordinator, and Seth Patton, VP of Finance and Management, say is in the works to be completed within this calendar year. Denison is excited to partner with American […]

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