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 Brittany Morse Features Editor There are a lot of words I would use to describe the Bandersnatch but, classy is not one of them. What would you expect from a college run place that has graffiti covering the walls, and sells milkshakes and pizza bagels? But when you combine dimmed lighting with great acoustics […]

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By Laura Carr Editor-in-Chief Loud chatter and a hum of activity greet you as you step into The Nest, Denison’s most recent late-night snack hotspot. Formerly known as The Roost, The Nest is run by a combination of Bon Appetit and student workers. The joint serves a selection of comfort foods, including delicious flatbreads, melts […]

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By Neil Riley Sports Editor The DU men’s tennis team watched with bated breath as Grant Veltman ‘15 prepared to serve match point to sweep the doubles against the Fighting Ducks of the #40 Stevens Institute of Technology.  He tossed the ball several feet into the air before smashing it across center court to begin […]

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By Emily Ball Layout Editor It was a full house at the Bandersnatch as the Denison Hilltoppers debuted new songs and new members during their Valentine’s Day Concert. With several new arrangements of songs, the Hilltoppers showcased their collective talent. Indeed, one of the most musically impressive songs may have been a new one. Justin […]

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By Cecilia Salomone Arts & Life Editor Emeritus Although a shorter series of performances (clocking in at around 90 minutes compared to two hours in previous years), this year’s Genital Monologues were no less powerful, and proved even more varied in content than in the past. Continuing again with the change made last year to […]

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By Laura Carr Editor-in-Chief Swimmers, coaches and meet officials alike crowded around the ropes separating them from the pool, shouting as they cheered on the competing athletes. Chlorinated water splashed off the surface of the pool in Trumbull Aquatics Center as swimmers raced to touch the wall first in the final event of the North […]

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