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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Priding itself on creating autonomous thinkers and motivated students, not many are surprised that Denison has won recognition for producing top scholars. Denison has been named a top school by The Chronicle for Higher Education for having several students become Fulbright scholars. The Fulbright Program is a flagship international exchange program the U.S. government sponsors […]

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If you are trying to enjoy a nice sunny day near the flagpole on Slayter’s front quad, you might run into some obstacles, literally. As of April 24, the main entrance and outdoor Slayter common area is encompassed in a wide fence, stretching from edge to edge of the Slayter building. Despite some expected noise […]

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A cricket could be heard on Academic Quad as classes halted to celebrate Denison’s best and brightest students. With only a handful of people knowing who wins academic and teaching awards each year, students and faculty gathered in Swasey to have the secret revealed at the convocation. This year’s Academic Award Convocation took place on […]

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Before going abroad, I knew very little about the Czech Republic. I knew it better by its history textbook name, Czechoslovakia, and its communist past. I read about the Czech Republic online before I came, but nothing, of course, could prepare me for actually living in it. The cultural differences have surprised me more than […]

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Mike Hardway; the man, the myth, the legend. While some may know him better than others (party people), students know him as one of the many faces of our incredible campus security team. “I had a pretty bad injury this past semester where I was on crutches. Mike was a huge help to me, getting […]

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KEELY LOVERN & CONNOR HOWE — Everyday hundreds of Denisonians, professors, faculty members and prospective students walk through Slayter Union and pass by the Denison Bookstore. Inside there is a core group of four hard-working women, and as Ruth, who works at the register says, “we are like a family.” Ruth’s co-workers include, Lisa Olmstead the general […]

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