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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About a week ago, a body was found decomposing in a car in Pacific Palisades, a Los Angeles neighborhood. The police investigating the man’s death uncovered over 1,200 firearms (estimated to be worth $5 million), 6.5 tons of ammunition and $230,000 in cash. The police also found 14 vehicles that the man had in storage, […]

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Edward Bailey ‘17 sits alone in his dorm room in the basement of Crawford Hall. The door is locked while he awaits an important business call. Suddenly, a sound very similar to that of a struggling duck starts quacking from his cell phone. Bailey stands up abruptly and begins pacing back and forth, occasionally walking […]

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By Laura Carr Sports Editor When smiling, carved pumpkins and spotted gourds start to appear on doorsteps, coffee shops begin expanding their menus to include a popular fall staple: the pumpkin spice latte. Pumpkin spice, which made it to the mainstream eleven years ago when Starbucks Coffee introduced it to its seasonal menu, can also […]

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By Laura Carr Sports Editor The men’s lacrosse team solidified its place next to the swim team as one of Denison’s banner sports programs. On April 26 the team, ranked fourth in the nation, defeated the Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops handily, 14-5, and captured the NCAC title. The Big Red finished the regular season undefeated […]

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By Laura Carr Sports Editor Aedin Brennan ‘16 shakes her legs out as she awaits the start of the 800m run, the last event in the grueling two-day track and field event that is the heptathlon. The official says “Runners take your marks…set…” Boom! The gun goes off, and Brennan quickly makes her way to the […]

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By Laura Carr, Sports Editor I came to Denison for track and field. I had many different answers for whenever my peers at home in Los Angeles asked me why I chose to attend a small liberal arts school in Ohio that almost no one in my hometown had ever heard of, but that was […]

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