April 24, 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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It is easy to tell from his appearance that Assistant Professor of English Peter Grandbois is a fencer. He is tall and slim, with an easy demeanor and relaxed posture. And it is easy to tell from his conversation that he is a writer, as he leans forward and lights up as he begins to […]

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Many students in the communication department might know Bill Kirkpatrick as one of the resident media experts — but there’s a lot more to the tenure-track professor than that. Bill Kirkpatrick was born in Portsmouth, Va. to a Navy parents. The self-described “navy brat” lived in Iceland until he was four years old, then moved […]

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By Abbe Kaplan & Hannah Kubbins Web Editor, Staff Writer The Denison Feminists, an organization dedicated to gender and race equality, is becoming increasingly important on campus with current race and gender debates in student media. The group is shaped completely by student participation and all change initiatives are discussed in the weekly meetings. History […]

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Look around the Denison University campus. Once you’ve taken in the beautiful grounds and diverse architecture, you might notice something about the student body: as a whole, it’s in pretty good shape. “I’d never seen so many skinny people until I came to Denison,” says De’Garrica Elliot ‘15, a women’s studies and psychology double-major from […]

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In many ways, Professor of History Barry Keenan is the definition of the liberal arts. Straddling the divide between East and West, his studies have focused on Sino-American relations, Chinese history, and the ancient philosophy of Confucianism. Keenan has taught at Denison for 37 years and will retire in June. Friday, The Denisonian sat down […]

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D-Day is one of Denison’s longest-standing annual events, dating back to 1909, and there are about as many rumors circulating about how it got started as there are about who the featured musical guest will be each year. So how exactly did it begin, and what journey did the event take in evolving into what […]

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