April 26, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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Rachel Mabie Special to the Denisonian SO MANY OF the wonderful facilities and amenities at Denison we owe to our alumni. From the weights we lift in Mitchell to the white boards we write on in Burton Morgan, these were funded by Denisonians – people like us, who, over the past years have walked across […]

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By Debbie Gillum News Editor Emeritus Have you ever taken something from the dining hall? A cookie? A bagel? Well, that’s actually a violation of Denison’s policy. The policy set by Denison and enforced by Bon Appetit is that “nothing can leave the dining hall,” said Jennifer McGann, general manager for dining services. If every […]

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By Rachel Mobie Special to The Denisonian As the snow falls and the cold Ohio weather continues to drag us down, the Sustainability Fellows here at Denison are always thinking in the ‘green’ mindset.  The Sustainability Fellows are constantly working on various projects to keep our campus and community eco-friendly. Ludwig Icevski ’15 highlights some […]

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Curtis Edmonds Editor-in-Chief Amanda Peiffer ‘16 remembers the day at her Richfield, Ohio high school when a teacher ripped down paper cut outs displaying both heterosexual and homosexual couples and threw them in the garbage in front of her class. Peiffer was a dedicated member of her high school’s gay-straight alliance club, and was shocked […]

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By Shaleen Sharan, Staff Writer If a person ever asks where to find Harshida Pancholi ’15, there’s normally only one answer: Talbot. As a Biology major with a minor in Psychology and a concentration of Neuroscience, it’s a home away from home for her. No matter what day or time it is, she can usually […]

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By Matthew Pennekamp, Forum Editor Whether walking along the cobblestones of Copenhagen’s meandering streets, in a Harare marketplace observing the vibrancy of art and music until 3am, or among the foothills of southern Ohio for the second time in her life, Dr. Joanna Tague, the Department of History’s Africa specialist, could certainly never be described […]

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