March 24, 2019
  • 9:18 pm Communication faculty remember Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:47 pm Denison community mourns the death of Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:04 am Women’s lacrosse dominates in another home win against Rhodes
  • 12:55 am Denison’s men’s rugby club excited for upcoming spring season
  • 12:53 am Men’s lacrosse takes home a strong win over DePauw University
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By David Allen Sports Editor On March 11, 2014 a complaint was filed against Denison University in adherence to Title IX for “unequal representation between male and female athletes.” I firmly believe that this investigation, and others like it, need to have further mediation before resources are spent. Title IX is a viable centerpiece to […]

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By Cecilia Salomone Arts and Life Editor Decked out in his “World Champion” garb, which included a windbreaker, t-shirt, and trucker hat (with the phrasing in “Star Wars language”) comedian Judah Friedlander took the stage for a raunchy evening at the Roost on April 25. His performance capped off the Aestavalia activities for the day, […]

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By Kayla Marks Special to The Denisonian Swasey Chapel was packed on April 25 with fans of the Hilltoppers ready to see their last concert of the year.  It was their “Out with the Old, In with the New” concert, ushering in new members and saying farewell to the seniors. The new members sat with the […]

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By Carole Burkett Editor-in-Chief Finding a parking spot can be hard during Black Friday, at an OSU game, and even on our campus. When hundreds of students live in the same dorms and attend class in the same buildings, convenient parking is a challenge.  Some say Denison’s system is due for an overhaul. “With the […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Editor-in-Chief The first job I ever got was here on the Hill as an overnight host for the admissions office. During my first two years at Denison, I hosted at least a dozen prospective students. They came anywhere from California to China, they were of every religion or not religious at all, […]

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One of the great qualms about going to a college within the Snow Belt is that the most beautiful time of the year inevitably coincides with the end of the school year. After months of enduring Ohio’s infamously erratic weather, it almost seems like a conspiracy when year after year our campus, at its most […]

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