November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
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BY SHANTI BASU & LIZ ANASTASADIS Alums and students from all over the world gather back on campus for one purpose, to meet each other. What do you do when you’re tired of a song, in a creative rut, or looking to collaborate? Answer: ReMix. Drawing its name from the like, Denison’s first ever entrepreneurship […]

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BY RHAYNA KRAMAR “Denison is a place where differences and individuality are celebrated as we strive to be a residential liberal arts college in a contemporary world. Our art program emphasizes art-making as a means to think about not only oneself, but one’s relationship to the world of ideas from multiple perspectives.” This statement reads […]

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BY PAULA TORRES To strive for success, one must learn how to become comfortable in the uncomfortable. Recently, Denison’s own Gabriela Perez ‘20 interned abroad in Singapore, which opened up many different challenges and states of discomfort. Perez was born and raised in the southwest side of Chicago. She is Mexican-American and a first-generation college […]

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BY DOMINIKA CHURSZCZ ———————————- Pondering upon Dresden’s Basket House, a large basket-shaped building near Newark, German artists Anne and Christian Manss reflected upon how size can translate to different medias in art history and in their personal work. Anne Manss, a theatrical designer, has provided set and costume designs for productions around the globe. Christian […]

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By Alexandria Terlesky   8:03pm – Sitting a table in Huffman dining hall, I glance at the analog clock on the opposite wall. It’s closing time, and only a few groups of students remain with their half empty plates stacked in front of them and their conversations coming to an end.   I’ve been waiting […]

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