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 Fighting Scots fought hard, but the Big Red fought harder. On Senior Night for Women’s Volleyball, the Big Red faced Wooster as they competed for the 6th seed in tournament play this past Wednesday night. After a brief pre-game ceremony honoring Denison’s four seniors, Ellie Blue, Mary Massarelli, Julia Miller, and Isabella Pivec, the […]

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With their highest hitting percentage of the season at .276, the Big Red Women’s Volleyball team was an offensive powerhouse against 5-19 Allegheny this past Saturday. Coming off of a 3-1 loss against #4 Wittenberg earlier in the week, Denison was eager to secure an away victory against the Gators. The Big Red picked up […]

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Recently, I’ve heard a lot of discussion about graduate school around campus. I know I’m in my third year at Denison, but I haven’t really thought about the possibility of continuing on with my education in grad school much before. Maybe this column is a good place to start. I feel like it’s becoming more […]

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The Salvation Army recently recognized Denison’s Food Recovery Network for their great work so far this year. Food Recovery Network is the largest student movement against food waste and hunger in America. This organization takes surplus food that would otherwise be wasted and gives it to hunger fighting partner agencies. At Denison, students recover the […]

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Gomabseubnida, annyeong, saranghae. Three of the many Korean words I’ve added to my vocabulary in the past year. How did I learn them you may ask? Rosetta Stone? A Korean language class? The Duolingo language app? Nope. None of the above. Would you believe me if I told you I’ve unintentionally learned simple Korean vocabulary […]

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Once mid-May hits, most students, faculty and administrators are ready to pack up and head home for the summer, but some stay. This past summer, juniors Hanna Tudor and Maggie O’Neill-Dee had the opportunity to stay on campus and conduct research for the Political Science and Biology departments. Tudor ‘20, a political science and art […]

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