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Monthly Archives: September 2017

CWGA welcomes I Love Female Orgasm for sixth year

SAMANTHA POLLOCK SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN Spoiler alert: the female orgasm exists. Believe it or not, men aren’t the only ones who can achieve the “big O.” On Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. in the Slayter Auditorium, the Center for [...]

September 27, 2017 Arts and Life

Why I am super glad I decided not to drop my art history class

ZOE PEARCE ‘20 SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN When I returned to campus after a relaxing winter break, I opted for an art history course that piqued my interest: “Modern Art and Visual Culture.” I liked that the course would focus [...]

September 27, 2017 Opinion

Hey, Let’s talk all about Aug-O

SOPHIA BELLONE ‘21 SPECIAL TO THE DENISONIAN When other university orientations include playing with puppies, such as Butler ’s in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Denison’s doesn’t–I think we have a problem. Many members from the class of 2021 seemed to agree [...]

September 27, 2017 Opinion

Why I counter-protested in Charlottesville

Their nazi salutes were almost close enough to hit me in my face. “Heil Trump!” they spat. White men, and some women, carried assault rifles and shields down Market Street. I was locked arm and arm with the counterprotesters. We [...]

September 27, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Inside D.U. leadership program

A rainbow of smiles. That is what one will see when they head to Denison University’s Leadership program every year. The D.U. Lead organization held their annual intensive weekend institute for emerging leaders in the Denison community. First-year students are [...]

September 27, 2017 News

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