April 26, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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LOCAL @KenyonHookups on Twitter may be sexual misconduct Kenyon Collegian A twitter account known as “@KenyonHookups” was shut down recently after posting five pictures of students in intimate positions at several parties at the Gambier school. The account was deleted before the college could investigate, but the Title IX coordinator at Kenyon called it “a […]

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If you thought slavery was a thing of the past, you are mistaken. Sadly, modern day slavery is still a prevalent issue for the United States. The 1st Annual Food Festival  held on campus a couple weeks ago (Oct. 14) created awareness about modern day slavery as well as the role of corporate sustainability in […]

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By Jake Deanie Special to The Denisonian DCGA is proposing a resolution to discourage students from smoking on A-Quad. Steven Hix, DCGA treasurer,  is taking the lead as he drafted the bill entitled “Clean Air, Healthy Student Resolution.” The purpose of this resolution is to “encourage people to take second-hand smoke to areas that are […]

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By Haley Jones Special to The Denisonian My parents raised my brothers and I as non-denominational Christians, giving us the freedom to explore a specific aspect of Christianity or another religion when we got older. Around the eighth grade, I decided I wanted to be confirmed in the Catholic Church. I made this decision for […]

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By Debbie Gillum News Editor Denison students learned how they can personally make a difference in the world when they spent their Fall Break at the National Power Shift convention in PIttsburgh, PA. 25 students plus the Bon Appetit Sustainability Manager attended the grassroots-based movement to learn how to shift the power in communities, on […]

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If you are a woman in rural Ethiopia, chances are high that you have fistula. Although this hole that develops between a woman’s reproductive organs and excretory system, viewed as a curse, is a treatable condition, most women with fistula live without being treated medically and humanely. Abdi Ali ‘13 and Shiyu “Amy” Huang ‘13 […]

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