February 17, 2019
  • 7:15 pm Women’s basketball celebrates their three seniors with win
  • 7:15 pm Big Red suffer two home NCAC losses, fall to 6-16
  • 7:07 pm Big Red hockey rallies together to skate away with back-to-back wins
  • 7:04 pm Why we need to agree on the G.O.A.T. once and for all
  • 7:00 pm Valentine’s Day: Cute or commercialized?
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RHAYNA KRAMER — Lunar New Year means something slightly different for everyone. Last week, millions of people worldwide celebrated Lunar New Year. 2019 is the Year of the Pig, the pig is one of the Chinese zodiacs that reoccurs every 12 years. Yuchen Hua ‘21, President of GCC and a data analytics and economics double-major […]

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CARTER HALL — Growing up just ten minutes east of campus, I’ve had the chance to meet and get to know many Denison alumni who live and work in Newark. Learning about what Denison has offered past students allows a better look at how far we’ve already come and how much potential there is for […]

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FAITH SUTTON — February 16 will be the one year anniversary of the billion dollar Marvel movie, Black Panther. I’m surprised that Denison Film Society will not be screening the film that weekend, but that won’t keep my friends and I from viewing it ourselves and blasting the album from the movie on repeat all […]

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LAURA LAPHAM — The calendar has once again cycled around to February, and amongst the polar winds and slushy snow is a time of warmth, not from the weather but the heart. Valentine’s day is a long celebrated tradition, old enough that its origins are a bit of a mystery to some. Valentine’s day, also […]

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ZOE PEARCE — Sometimes it is useful to have a space where students can discuss personal issues free of judgment. The sixth annual Genital Monologues took place in the Knapp Performance Space on February 8 through February 10. The event included varying performances from students who are strongly invested in creating a safe space to […]

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DEVIN MEENAN — Sometimes, we’re lucky enough to have artists stop by campus with the fruits of their labor in hand. Last week had one of those occasions, Stephen Broomer, a Toronto-based Filmmaker and Film Historian/Preservationist, as well as the author of Hamilton Babylon: A History of the McMaster Film Board and Codes for North: […]

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