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Classic Review: I Put A Spell On You – Nina Simone

ZACH LITCHMAN — Nina Simone’s classic 1965 album I Put a Spell on You might have been considered one of her most pop-oriented albums, but it’s certainly one of her most finely crafted. Not only is it one of her most consistent works, but the songs have a very direct feel to them and show several sides [...]

April 16, 2018 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

Add-bracadabra, Art-a-kazam: Math and magic come to Denison

CHRIS FISHER — Multiply 46,335 by itself. Are you done? Art Benjamin would be. With the right tool, this is a simple task. I’m going to assume most, if not all of you used one tool: a calculator. However for Art Benjamin, all he would need is his mind and 30 seconds. Art visited Denison on April [...]

April 16, 2018 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

Album Review: Boarding House Reach- Jack White

ZACH LITCHMAN — One of the most influential and most talented musicians and producers of the 21st century is back, and he’s proving that he still has it. Jack White, best known for his role in legendary Detroit garage rock and blues rock duo The White Stripes, and his creation of one of the most immediately recognizable [...]

April 16, 2018 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

Library’s edible book contest makes reading tasty

The bustling library was the beginning of an afternoon where folks from Granville gathered to present their creations inspired by “books for judging.’” On Wednesday April 4, Denison Library celebrated their 14th annual edible book contest, “Books to Eat,” at the commons area of the library. The event started with community members entering their creations, [...]

April 16, 2018 Noor Qadri Arts and Life 0

Beck Series draws to a close for the semester with an Ohioan flare

Sycamores, Every Species of Hope and Good Bones were main discussion points in Barney-Davis Boardroom last Wednesday. On April 4, Denison welcomed a dynamic Ohioan poet trio to campus for the last Beck Series event of the semester. This time around, Kathy Fagan, Michael Rosen and Maggie Smith were the three Ohioan poets who inspired [...]

April 16, 2018 Liz Anastasiadis Arts and Life 0

Psychology department hosts “Technology and You” tea

On Friday, March 30, the Psychology department hosted a department-wide tea. The tea was titled “Technology and You: The Psychology of our Connected World.” There were three professors who served as panelists, introducing the department to a new format of these teas. The professors of the department were thrilled to see the classroom filled with [...]

April 16, 2018 Katie Lotane Arts and Life 0