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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I have been talking about this concert for a while, and it finally happened. We were able to see BTS make history with their U.S. leg of the Love Yourself tour. In one word, it was inspiring. That’s because it wasn’t just any concert series. It was a series that allowed a Korean music group […]

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Figuring yourself out in college is hard enough, but when you are finding a new country to call home, it becomes much more challenging. Born and raised in Syria, Sara Abou Rashed ‘21 is one of two people who wear hijabs at Denison. In 2013, her family moved to Columbus, Ohio to escape the Syrian […]

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Sit up, back straight, legs closed, My aunt tells me. Where are your manners? Present yourself properly for your cousins and family. I roll my eyes and find my brother was told to wear jeans at church. No worries, boys will be boys.   Grandma tells me to balance books with heels, honor, emotions, not […]

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BY LAURA LAPHAM For the first-year students of Denison, whether you are just coming from only an hour away or from the other side of the world, transportation and exploring the area around Denison can be quite difficult. Many factors can play into the issue of first-years escaping campus for a little; it may be […]

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If you are walking behind Knapp, don’t be startled if you see sudden movement in the rain pipes. Meet one of Denison’s little wild friends, Chippy (or at least that is what I am calling him). I don’t know much about Chippy other than he, or she, is a chipmunk, hence the name. I see […]

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BY DEVIN MEENAN Melinda Miller is the Democratic Nominee for District 31 of the Ohio State Senate. She is running against Jay Hottinger, a Republican incumbent who has been an alternating member of both houses of the Ohio State Legislature since 1995. A native of Columbus and a graduate of American University, she has lived […]

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