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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RYAN STROTHER Sports Editor Colin Kaepernick is hardly the first to protest during the national anthem, and he certainly hasn’t received the most blow-back of the Star-Spangled dissenters. Just thirteen rounds of Summer Olympic Games ago marked one of the most politically significant protests ever held during the recital of America’s national anthem. Following the […]

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OWEN SMITH Features Editor   The Big Red men’s soccer team fell twice over the past week, both matches finished in a one-goal deficit. On Wednesday, Capital made the short trip from Columbus to Granville, and the physical match ended in a 1-0 defeat for the Big Red. While Denison had moments in the Crusader’s […]

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ALEX KAUFMAN Staff Writer Call them the “No”-men? Coming off of a bye week, Denison crushed the Oberlin Yeomen, 54-7. The defense worked as a unit, holding Oberlin to just 45 passing yards and nine first downs.  Between eight tackles for loss, four sacks and two interceptions of Oberlin quarterback Zach Taylor, the “Big Red […]

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KATHLYN CRAIGIE Sports Editor Ashlyn Flaherty ‘17 dribbled down Deeds Field past the Praying Colonel defenders and reached the opponent’s goal. She rocketed the ball past the goalie into the upper left corner of the goal, and sent the Big Red into overtime. As the second quarter came to a close, Flaherty’s goal let Denison […]

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CHLOE SFERRA Staff Writer As the clock ticked down at the end of the game on Friday, the Denison Field Hockey team solidified their large win over the Eastern Mennonite Royals. Winning 5-0, The Big Red improved their record to 3-2 with a solid, unified defense working with an aggressive offense. Denison followed this game […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Arts & Life Editor Upon entering the rehearsal room in Burke Hall, the site of the Alexander Technique Workshop, the pliable rubber models of bones and muscles scattered across the tables  at the front of the room made the space feel more like a high school anatomy classroom than a workplace for musicians.  […]

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