January 23, 2019
  • 5:02 pm ACC hosts Thai Dinner to support students in Thailand
  • 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
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What do Alumni Relations, the Annual Fund and University Communications all have in common? They fall under the purview of one person: the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Julie Houpt ’75. Houpt’s office sits in the west wing of the fifth floor of Burton-Morgan, overlooking North Quad. When she’s ready to start our interview, she’s […]

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When Amanda Blaugher addressed the half-filled Herrick Auditorium, she noticed a sea of bowed heads, typing on computers and taking notes. Blaugher said that she knew some students had been required to go for a class, and joked, “Even if you’re begrudgingly here, thank you so much.” Blaugher, brought to Denison by CSMART and the […]

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True or false: When something bad happens and there are more people around, people are more likely to help. If you think more, you’re not alone—but the social, psychological phenomenon of the ‘bystander effect’ has found that individuals tend not to help when others are around because they believe someone else will take the responsibility. […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Editor-in-Chief After fifteen years as Denison’s director of campus safety and security, Garret Moore will take on the role of lead Title IX investigator. Moore, who came to Denison in 1999, said, “I’ve been doing Title IX investigations since I started.” Title IX is a law that requires colleges to prevent and […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Editor-in Chief Sara Vincent ‘16 grew up around business; her father works in marketing and her mother works in advertising. So when the communication major, economics minor read an article about Georgetown’s student-run and owned businesses last December, it’s only natural that she “thought the idea was really interesting.” Vincent is the […]

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By Curtis Edmonds ’15, Editor-in-Chief THE HUNGER GAMES is one of my favorite movies, and last Saturday, I got to simulate it with the senior housing lottery for the fall of 2014. My group was lucky—we got number 71 in the general lottery with 72 apartments left, and by the skin of our teeth, we’ll […]

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