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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Album Review: MGMT returns to excellence with “Little Dark Age”

ZACH LITCHMAN–  After five years of silence and speculation as to whether they would ever bounce back from the commercial disaster that was their last album, the NY indie rock/neo-psych pop duo of Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser, better known as [...]

February 22, 2018 Arts and Life, Opinion

Navigating STDs on a college campus: what to know

College students love to talk about sex, but sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are a whole other ballgame. Nobody seems to know when to get tested or what to get tested for, let alone how to ask a partner to get [...]

February 19, 2018 News, World and Local News

Here’s what Russian hackers and textbook publishers have in common

More than a year after the election, alleged Russian hackers’ interference is still making headlines. Americans are fiercely protective of their freedom to exchange ideas and information in public discourse, without outside intervention. Yet, textbook publishers breed miniature monopolies, in [...]

February 19, 2018 News, World and Local News

Men’s Basketball wins big on Senior Night

TEDDY AUMAN– The Big Red came up huge on Senior Night. At the beginning of the game the four seniors, Maxwell Siwik, Johnny Vernasco, Garrett Collier and Sheldon Freeman were called and preceded to the center of the court to [...]

February 19, 2018 Sports

Club Hockey places second place in home tournament

They came out with purpose. The Big Red couldn’t have asked for a better start to their annual home tournament during Friday’s showdown with the Bobcats from the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg. Denison set the pace early after netting two quick [...]

February 19, 2018 Sports

Bandersnatch fills with laughter at open mic night

As students pass through East Quad on the weekend, the glowing windows of the Bandersnatch lure many in with the promise of friends, music and sweet treats. This past Thursday was no different, as students placed their orders and gathered [...]

February 19, 2018 Arts and Life