November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
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By Laura Carr Editor-in-Chief While many Denisonians basked in the warm sun over spring break, members of the Big Red swim/dive team traveled to Shenandoah, Texas for the NCAA Division III National Championships, held on March 18-21. The Denison/Kenyon rivalry took an interesting turn on March 16 after a Denison University Facebook post advertised a […]

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By Neil Riley Sports Editor “People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball” National Baseball Hall of Famer Rogers Hornsby once said. “I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” So far this season, the baseball team has been spending much of their time […]

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By Claire Ludlow Special to the Denisonian If you thrive on suspense, the Denison men’s lacrosse team is a go-to for your next fix. The Big Red has had fans on the edge of their seats nearly all season, and their 13-6 win over Wittenberg this past Saturday proved just that. While Denison posted an […]

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By Owen Smith Sports Editor With under a minute left in regulation, and the Big Red down by one, Erin Keller ’15 wanted the ball. A player that scored all her goals in the final three minutes of the halves and overtime, the team wanted the ball in the hands of the most clutch player […]

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By Alex Kaufman Special to the Denisonian The softball team has flown under the radar this season, and many may not be aware that the women have already played out nearly half the season with a record of 7-7. After starting the season 5-2, the Big Red have hit an offensive lull that has them […]

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By Will Hamburger Staff Writer The Big Red women’s tennis team will look to gain peak form as the season enters conference play. The team spent spring break in Claremont, Calif., where the women started off with a tough loss to #17 Tufts (5-4) but rounded out the trip with victories against both Salisbury, 9-1, […]

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