December 14, 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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BY LAURA LAPHAM During a Friday night on a college campus, there is certainly no lack of activities for students at Denison to take part in. Sometimes, however, we still find ourselves with nothing to do. One program that can remedy this boredom is the Karaoke Club. Karaoke club meets every Friday at Higley Auditorium […]

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BY DOUGLAS LISKO Programs, floor meetings and newsletters–these are the top three things that might come to mind when you hear the term Community Advisor (CA). While residents interact with them on a regular basis, many only have a basic idea of what they do and why they exist. The main purpose of this article […]

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Every college student loves free food and the dining committee has noticed. The Denison Dining street team has begun handing out delicious eatables all over campus. The street team is essentially a pop-up food stall, which aims to strengthen the relationship between students and dining staff. Bon Appetit is working to improve their quality of […]

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BY RUTH ESTHER HERNANDEZ  I sat down with Vaval Victor ‘20, who works as a programmer for UPC and as co-chair of D-Day committee, to get some information on the process and work that goes into organizing D-Day, the biggest event of the academic year. During our conversation, I focused on the selection of the […]

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BY LAURA LAPHAM Denison’s largest student organization, Outlook, an LGBTQ+ student organization, hosts events last week to garner a sense of community and support for those continuing to navigate their identity. Outlook is open to all and encourages people to be brave about embracing their sexuality and gender identity on campus. The annual Coming Out […]

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BY LAURA LAPHAM Eva Jorn A junior here at Denison University, Jorn is a geology major and biology minor. She attended a Field school near Columbus. The Field School centered around a graveyard near the old Erie Canal. The grave centered around possible victims of Cholera, a disease that is spread by drinking water or […]

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