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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Sam Heyman Arts and Life Editor Emeritus Denison University is a college known for its abundance of hard-working, multi-talented students and faculty alike. However, not all students showcase their talents in the same way, or in the same venues. In the fall of 2012, her first semester at Denison, Emily Carnevale, a creative writing and […]

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For a budding Queer Studies or language scholar, there are few greater joys to be found on this campus than popping in for a chat with Dr. Charles St. Georges in his Fellows office. Whether one wishes to debrief following an edifying talk from a visiting speaker or to just discuss the definition of “the […]

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The argument made by some Denisonians that there are few to no fun things to do on campus on the weekends other than partying or drinking is flimsy at best. Though the point can be made that many club events and speakers fall during the busy, homework-filled school week, this is not the case for […]

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There’s a lot of not-so-nice things you can say about Denisonians, but you can’t say we’re not a talented bunch. Between the countless student musicians recently spotlighted by the D-Day Student Festival to the brilliant crop of actors and actresses who have performed in the One Acts and this weekend’s Middletown (see page (number)), it’s […]

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If you saw an abnormally large group of dark figures huddled near the cemetery behind Smith last Wednesday night, fear not! It was probably just a bunch of students gathered to watch the Burpees Seedy Theatrical Company perform its annual Halloween show. The Burpees, as they are called, are Denison’s resident improv comedy troupe, and […]

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Associate Professor of English Dennis Read is a worldly, well-rounded guy. Resting on a shelf in his Barney Davis office is a row of trophies from the many marathons he’s run, flanked by tomes of William Blake, and books on writing and pedagogy. Where did he grow up? “A lot of places,” he says. Though […]

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