December 15, 2018
  • 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
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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  The new arts building that’s slowly coming along down the hill isn’t the only exciting arts happening Denison will welcome in the spring. Professor Peter Grandbois of the English department will also be working with students to block out a theatre adaptation of his book Nahoonkara. The book, which upon its debut received several […]

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Let’s be honest: sometimes listening to a reading can be downright boring. But on Tuesday night, the Beck Lecture was anything but. From heart-wrenching monologues from mothers who have lost children due to police brutality, to funny anecdotes about double dutch, Patricia Smith had the house leaning forward in their seats, waiting for what she […]

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Graphic design and design-thinking – they go hand in hand, right? For some people, design-thinking might seem like nothing more than a buzzword, but for Robert Abbott, one of our newest entrepreneurs-in-residence at Denison, design-thinking has been an integral part of his career path. “I’ve been doing a form of design-thinking my whole career,” Abbott […]

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When I first arrived on campus two years ago, I clearly remember this odd feeling that I didn’t belong here. I couldn’t put my finger on it exactly, but I felt that the people around me didn’t understand where I’m from. Recently, I’ve overcome that sense of not fitting in, but there’s something that still […]

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He makes fun of my crooked parking job. He claims the entire length of the couch with his long legs. He doesn’t answer my text messages unless it’s to point out some new development on the Avengers movies. Basically, he makes me roll my eyes on a daily basis. Younger siblings can be a pain, […]

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KAITLYN SPECHT Editor-in-Chief Though many of us come to a liberal arts college with an interest in a variety of subjects, there are also many of us who find they despise a particular subject. More than that, we might actually berate or degrade some of these subjects. Even before I came to Denison, I was […]

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