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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Leveraging our privilege: Being a devil’s advocate undermines POC issues

OMARI GARRET ’21 SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN Free speech is under attack. Still reading? Okay, listen, there is a problem; white nationalism. It is spreading across college campuses around the world, specifically the U.S.. Recently, campus republicans at Columbia University [...]

September 13, 2017 Opinion

Worries from an older sister

He makes fun of my crooked parking job. He claims the entire length of the couch with his long legs. He doesn’t answer my text messages unless it’s to point out some new development on the Avengers movies. Basically, he [...]

September 13, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Chi Sigma Tau Fraternity, Inc. celebrates Founder’s Week

SANAYA ATTARI SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN Chi Sigma Tau Fraternity, Inc. was founded on Sept. 9 1999, which is dedicated to promoting Asian American awareness at Denison. Last week, the brothers celebrated their annual Founder’s Week by hosting a number [...]

September 13, 2017 Arts and Life

First year students learn to make their mark at DSO

CHARLIE MOORE SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN On August 18 th at 6 a.m., a bus full of twenty-four students, six student leaders, and two faculty members departed to the nation’s capital for four days of intense bonding, Prior to the [...]

September 13, 2017 Features

Hey there, what’s your major?

As a first-year, there are a whole lot of new things coming at you fast: living away from home, figuring out which dining hall to eat at and trying to keep your course work under control. When you’re in this [...]

September 13, 2017 Opinion

Chris Domenick brings artistic air to Denison curriculum

MICAH FRENKIEL SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN Chris Domenick is a visiting assistant professor, a Philadelphia native and a jack of a medley of artistic trades. Like the majority of undergraduate students, Domenick did not begin his college career with a [...]

September 13, 2017 Features