December 15, 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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MAT SCOTT News Editor With a final score of 1,942.5 points, the Denison men’s swim team triumphed over Kenyon College to win the North Coast Athletic Conference Championship swim meet ending on Feb. 13. “It’s a nice accomplishment for the men,” said Head Coach Gregg Parini. “We’d seen Kenyon a couple of times earlier in […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Arts & Life Editor Imagine a silverback gorilla.  Think about the nature of his movements, how he communicates everything he needs to sometimes with just a single look. This primal aspect of movement is exactly how choreographer and dancer Bebe Miller prefers to think about her work. Miller, an Ohio State professor and […]

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LAURA WATSON Special to The Denisonian Denison sold out showings of The Genital Monologues, a show based off the idea of Eve Ensler’s original Vagina Monologues, seeking to provide a more inclusive presentation of voices. It does this by being completely student written, directed and produced. Students may submit a genital monologue during the first […]

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SAVANNAH DELGROSS Arts & Life Editor Mothers bounced their babies, elders tapped their feet and students hummed along to the tunes of bluegrass. “They’re one of the best bands I’ve heard in bluegrass,” said Andy Carlson, the head of the Denison Music Department, as he introduced The Dappled Grays onto Swasey Chapel’s stage last Friday […]

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HANNAH KUBBINS Arts & Life Editor Angela Pelster took Denison students on a journey about love, life, loss and trees through her writing. With Pelster’s visit, the Beck Lecture Series has yet to disappoint. Pelster currently teaches at Hamline University and won the Great Lakes College Association New Writer award for nonfiction. Pelster read from […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Arts & Life Editor “When I say it’s the coolest stuff in the universe, I mean it!” Dr. William D. Phillips said, referring to an atom which had been cooled to 700 nanodegrees Kelvin. Prior to this statement, he had been spending much of the time demonstrating how cold liquid nitrogen was: cold […]

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