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 Rachel Dyl Staff Writer Denison plunged into the water, racing and diving against long time national and conference rival Kenyon College, resulting in a split between the men and women’s teams. The Denison men suffered a 196-104 loss against the Kenyon Lords. Jack Lindell ‘17 led the Denison men in points, winning the 200 […]

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By Kathlyn Craigie Assistant Sports Editor The women’s basketball team kicked off their season with two strong victories at home against Case Western University and Wilmington University this weekend. Denison is coming off a 15-12 overall record from last season and beat Case 63-57 and Wilmington 64-49. The Big Red’s victorious weekend highlighted the team’s […]

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By Alex Caprara Assistant Photo Editor Barclay-Thomsen field saw its last game of the 2015 season after playing host to four schools in the NCAA Division III women’s soccer tournament. DeSales University, York College and Wash U. of St. Louis travelled to Denison to take part in the first two rounds of the NCAA bracket. […]

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By Alex Kaufman Staff Writer Thirteen seniors went out as winners when Denison concluded its season with a 30-17 victory. With the win, Denison’s record is tied for the best mark since 1986. Cole Freshkorn ’16, an offensive lineman who tore his ACL in the preseason, is proud of what his class accomplished. “It’s something […]

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By Daweed Abdiel Staff Writer As the Swasey chapel was replete with pleasant sounds, the facial expressions of students and faculty suggested that  the last Vail Series of fall 2015 was a success.  Regina Carter, a prominent African American violinist from Detroit who generally incorporates jazz into her playing style, held a show at Denison […]

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By Rachel Epstein Arts & Life Editor He shoots, he scores and the Goats win Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority first annual basketball tournament, Gamma Jam. The team, originally made up of Sam Ray ‘19, Noah Richards ‘19 and Lucas Gukel ‘19, beat Delta Gamma’s team of Kaileigh Poe ‘18, Hannah Glick ‘18 and Sarah […]

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