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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RACHEL DYL Staff Writer Denison men’s baseball won their home opener versus Muskingum University, Wednesday at Big Red Field in Granville. The Denison men secured their 10-4 victory with a strong eighth inning, scoring five runs to pad their lead. The Big Red started off strong with four runs in the first three innings to […]

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RYAN STROTHER Sports Editor The men’s swimming and diving team has once again brought a national title home to Denison. With a final tally of 455.5 points, the Denison Men trumped Kenyon by a margin of 37 points after a four-day battle in Greensboro, N.C. It was the first time since 2011 that the men […]

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KATHLYN CRAIGIE Sports Editor Just 14 seconds into the first half of the game, Reid Hirschey ‘17 assisted Leah Israel ’18 for a goal. This goal marked the beginning of a successful match against Alma College. After returning from a spring break trip to Puerto Rico, Denison outplayed the Scots, 19-2 in their home opener […]

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EILEEN BAER Staff Writer After spending spring break in Maryland, where the Big Red defeated Montclair State University, Dickinson College, and Nazareth College, the men’s lacrosse team returned home to open up conference play at Piper Stadium on Saturday, March 26. In their first North Coast Athletic Conference game, Denison defeated DePauw 17-3. No. 8 […]

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HANNAH KUBBINS Arts & Life Editor Two artists, one of them an alumna, traveled from France to speak to aspiring painters, sculptors and photographers alike last Tuesday. Cyrille Weiner and Jessica Kanelos-Weiner came to Denison’s campus as a collaboration between the Vail Visiting Artist Series, the Studio Art Department and the Theater Department. Both have […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Arts & Life Editor Huddled against the damp cold outside St. Edward’s The Confessor, around one hundred people from churches all over Granville, Newark and other local neighborhoods gathered around a wooden cross propped up in the parking lot.  In prayer and silence, the only sound came from the eerie death toll from […]

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