April 20, 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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ALINA PANEK — Tianyue was a highly involved individual and within International Student Services (ISS), she had participated in the international student Pre-Orientation Summer 2017 and had mentored a group of incoming first years. According to Marilyn Andrew, the director of ISS, “[Tianyue] was a bright-eyed welcoming student who could put anyone at ease in […]

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LIZ ANASTASIADIS & JAEEUN LEE — Spring break doesn’t always mean that everyone can make it home to family. According to Marilyn Andrew, Director of International Student Services, 16 percent of Denison students are international. That comes with several different factors, such as the inaccessibility of family and friends. This can make the already difficult […]

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In the days after Tianyue passed, classes were canceled and the campus shut down to mourn her death. Here is some of what our staff did in those few days. Mary Clare: I have been thinking more about the international student community after Tianyue’s passing. Although not many of them write for the newspaper, according […]

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The Denison Community The Denison community suffered the loss of one of our beloved students, Tianyue LI ‘19, on the night of Tuesday, March 12. Below, two of her friends reflected on the impact Tianyue had on each of their lives in personal recounts. In this edition to memorialize her life, here is how the […]

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MARY CLARE EDWARDS — I met Tianyue Li this past winter break on a volunteer trip that took us to East St. Louis, Illinois. We became close on the trip and good friends when we returned to campus. I feel lucky that I met Tianyue on that trip. We shared many car rides together and […]

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ALINA PANEK — On Wednesday, March 13, the staff of International Student Services (ISS) called the community to convene with friends and faculty over dinner in the Curtis Provost room. There were about 75 students, faculty and staff in attendance.   “Mainly just so we can just be together be in the same place, be with […]

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