December 15, 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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It’s 10 a.m. and I am wandering the marble halls of the Carnegie Museum of Art. Elsewhere in the building are five other students and our professor, having traveled here from Denison on an annual trip for studio art majors. I’m starstruck by Keith Haring when my phone vibrates. ‘Breaking news: Active shooter at Pittsburgh […]

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“You’re gonna know a lot about me by the end of this— because the personal is the political,” states Prisca Dorca, without a hint of apology. It’s 6 p.m. on October 8, and she’s curled into a teal armchair on the stage, brimming with passion and excitement. Born in Managua, Nicaragua, Dorca is a story-teller, […]

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Each time someone posts in the Denison Student Body page on Facebook, my phone notifies me with a resounding ding. I’m sure this daily interjection is something I could fix in my settings, but the ensuing updates are generally informative or amusing.  A poster advertising an upcoming event, a lost key, phone or necklace, a […]

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“Feel free to look, touch or even try on!” Words you might not hear everyday when approaching an art exhibit that were offered up this week as students visited the Central Asia textile exhibit displayed in the Curtis Dining Hall. Viktoria Shalaginova beamed with pride as members of the Denison community admired fabric and clothing […]

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The subway into Washington D.C. might not have been as packed with bodies as the Women’s March just a year before, but the protestors students stood amongst around the country had the same fierce determination in their eyes. Carrying cardboard signs and hope for the future, they were ready to march for change.   CNN […]

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Timeline of Renovations While students soaked up the last of the summer sun, changes were underway on the hill. During the summer, a group of faculty and staff involved with the Slayter fourth floor space met to discuss a series upcoming changes. Renovations of the Slayter fourth floor space were to follow previous shifts of […]

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