April 26, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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LARIONA JACOBS ‘17 Special to the Denisonian There are many references to the neighborhoods in which we come from, but there’s one in particular that hits home for me: the hood. Google’s and Urban Dictionaries definition of ‘the hood’ both reflect the ideology that not only is the hood violent, but also that someone the […]

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JOSHUA LEE ‘20 Special to the Denisonian When arriving at Denison University on move in day, I couldn’t have been more excited to be living on my own. Adrenaline rushed through my body and sweat pierced my face, I found solace in the fact I’d be leaving my mom and starting a new chapter in […]

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TAYLOR LIFKA ‘17 Opinion Editor In a mere 48 days the future of our nation will be entrusted into new hands. As the final push for candidacy ensues, it seems as if there is not a single day that passes without the media reporting each and every move Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take. I […]

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What Went Down – Foals (2015) As a group, Foals is like fine wine, they get better with age. Their fourth album, What Went Down, brings back their energy they lacked in several songs on their previous album, Holy Fire. Tracks to check out: “What Went Down,” “Mountain at my Gates” and “Albatross.” – Hannah […]

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KALYN DUNKINS ‘17 Editor-in-Chief Scrolling through Tumblr the other day, I came across an image of a black woman who looked to be about middle-aged, the image captioned “happy birthday.” I continued to read the commentary of many bloggers surprised at her age–actually 62, contrary to my guess. “Just 62?” It was brought to my […]

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ALINA PANEK Special to The Denisonian It is time to let your inner nerd out. Synapse magazine is a literary magazine modeled after The Scientific American that is for the “Ohio Five” schools. The founders at Oberlin College five years ago set out to change the collegiate scientific community by creating an outlet for scientific […]

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