March 26, 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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Last Tuesday’s elections saw Republicans gain control of the House of Representatives and Senate. But some friends of Denison found themselves elected to national office as well. Bob Dold ’91 (R-IL) was elected to the House of Representatives for Illinois’ 10th congressional district. Dold had served in the House from 2011 to 2013, but was […]

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Pink pom-poms, suspenders and ribbons bedecked Slayter this week as students held up signs with slogans like, “I wear pink for my mom” or “I wear pink for my friends and family.” These efforts, which were seen in the student union and at several sports matches, are part of a new effort by Denison’s Relay […]

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By Kristof Oltavi News Editor Granville’s most popular college bar and famed senior hangout, Brews Too, is no more. After eight years of serving as an alternative to on-campus parties for of-age students, the space on the third floor of Brews Cafe is being renovated as Linden Alley c1911, an upscale eatery. According to the […]

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By Kristof Oltvai, News Editor The college faculty welcomed 611 new Denisonians to the Hill Sunday night to begin the trek toward 2018. Selected from more than 5000 applicants, this new class of young men and women continues several trends at the college while also setting some important records. According to Admissions statistics, the class of […]

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by David Allen, Sports Editor & Kristóf Oltvai, News Editor How much does it cost to make potato salad? $5, maybe $10? How about $60,000? Over the last few weeks Denison alumnus Zack Brown ‘05 has raised, through the online crowd-funding platform Kickstarter, over $61,246 to fuel this very endeavor (see it here). “Basically I’m […]

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by Kristóf Oltvai, News Editor Few films strive to capture the silent, overwhelming omnipresence of deep personal faith in our secular age. But Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida, just off the international festival circuit, not only tries — it succeeds. The result is a haunting experience. When I first read its review in the New […]

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