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Denison’s Own Jeremy Blake for State Representatives

February 19, 2018 Isabella Antonelli Features 0

What does ambition after Denison look like? Just ask Denison’s very own Jeremy Blake as he begins his run for Ohio House of Representatives as the D-nominee in the 71st district.. Blake graduated from Denison in 2012 after graduating from Newark High School in 1996. He initially took time off [...]

A Look at the Asian American Association’s Spring Semester

February 19, 2018 Isabella Antonelli Features 0

Denison’s Asian American Association (AAA) has a busy upcoming spring semester. The general body’s 13 members has been actively working to create a schedule filled with fun and engaging events. Florence Go ‘20, an East Asian studies major with a sociology/anthropology minor from San Francisco, California is the current vice [...]

Denison Celebrates National Girls and Women in Sports Day

February 19, 2018 The Denisonian Features 0

LIZA HIGLEY– In light of the “Me Too” movement, among other recent events documenting a movement towards gender equality, National Girls and Women in Sports Day takes on a more important meaning: to celebrate and appreciate the contributions women have made in the world of athletics. This past Thursday marked [...]

Nate Marshall shares poetry with students

February 19, 2018 The Denisonian Features 0

CASEY TRIMM, LIZ ANASATASIADIS– By the sponsorship of the English department and the Harriet Ewens Beck Fund for visiting writers, Denison was beyond excited to bring creative and influential poet Nate Marshall to campus this past Monday. With his captivating words and contagious smile, Marshall took Denison by storm with [...]

Denison Feminists: We Need Feminism Because…

February 18, 2018 The Denisonian Features 0

ANNIE HARTMAN– Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably seen the “We Need Feminism Because…” posters plastered all over campus. These signs are followed by different statements that represent why equality is essential on Denison’s campus. The Denison Feminists are responsible for this poster campaign with the goal of [...]

Newark Think Tank works to find solutions for community poverty

February 18, 2018 Isabella Antonelli Features 0

Sometimes a small change makes a huge difference in the community you are involved in. In 2014, community members in Newark, Ohio formed the grassroots organizing group, the Newark Think Tank on Poverty (NTTP.) Their intention began with a focus on the various ways to work on solving problems in [...]