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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Compiled by Kathlyn Craigie ‘18 The women’s soccer team after beating Wittenberg University 1-0 on November 5 (pictured). After beating Wittenberg University in the NCAC championship game, the women’s soccer team moved on to the NCAA Tournament. The team traveled to St. Louis, Missouri to play Luther College in the first round of the NCAA […]

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ALEX KAUFMAN Staff Writer A quick 24-0 first quarter lead was more than enough as the Big Red blew out Kenyon, 41-12, to finish the regular season. It is the 11th consecutive victory for Denison over the Lords. Tommy Iammarino ‘17 threw four touchdown passes in his final career game, two of which went to […]

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KRISTEN SCHNEIDER Staff Writer A brutal weekend for the women’s rugby team tarnished an otherwise incredible season. The Denison University rugby team was defeated in their 36-30 loss against Neumann College this past Saturday.  With the regional title on the line, all 16 players were prepared and worked extremely hard for the full 80 minutes. […]

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KATHLYN CRAIGIE Sports Editor The rivalry between Kenyon and Denison is one of the strongest in the NCAC. During last Saturday’s dual meet the Big Red outswam the Lords and Ladies, 173.6-124.5 and 192.5-106.5, respectively. Earlier this season the men’s team took first against Kenyon and the women’s team tied for first. The women’s score […]

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TRISHNA DESAI Staff Writer Higley Auditorium was transformed into a landscape of compelling global discussions and moving storytelling as part of Friday night’s panel called “Migration, Youth, and Higher Education.” The two-part event was sponsored and organized by Dr. Taku Suzuki as an extension of his “Migration and Citizenship” course and Dr. Joanna Grabski, Denison’s […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Arts & Life Editor If you were expecting traditional piano music, you might have been disappointed with Christina McMaster’s piano recital.  But if you were looking for something unexpected, dynamic and edgy, then McMaster delivered all of that and more. The British pianist is one of the most active pianists in the UK […]

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