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Hurricane Maria: how can Denison help?

October 4, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

MAX CURTIN STAFF WRITER Harvey. Irma. Jose. Maria. What are we supposed to do about them from Ohio? We have all heard about the devastating hurricanes that have swept through our country on several different fronts over the past several weeks, wreaking havoc in regions including, but not limited to, [...]

“G.O.A.T.” brings attention to hazing on campuses

October 4, 2017 Marisa Hombosky Features, News 0

The room went dark. The screen was filled with shirtless young men, screaming in slow motion at the camera. Testosterone boiled over in the faces of each man, with a need to overexert their power over someone. That someone was a pledge. The Alford Campus Leadership and Involvement Center (CLIC) [...]

Inside D.U. leadership program

September 27, 2017 Rachel Epstein News 0

A rainbow of smiles. That is what one will see when they head to Denison University’s Leadership program every year. The D.U. Lead organization held their annual intensive weekend institute for emerging leaders in the Denison community. First-year students are asked to apply on a rolling basis for the institute [...]

Big Red Goes Green

September 13, 2017 Chloe Sferra News, Other 0

Although green and red don’t match on the color wheel, they go together well at Denison. That’s because Denison’s Big Red community is taking steps toward a greener, more sustainable community. Reaching the goal comes in the form of two new additions to Denison’s campus: electric vehicle, or EV, charging [...]

President Weinberg’s Repsonse to DACA

September 13, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

CASEY TRIMM & CHLOE SFERRA NEWS EDITORS Imagine going from a place you have known your whole life to being forced back to a country you’ve never been to. President Trump has recently removed a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This ve-year- old program was initiated by [...]

Smoking among students rises with electronic cigarettes

September 10, 2017 Chloe Sferra News 0

If you thought smoking cigarettes was a dying habit, you would be right. However, smoking nicotine in general is on the rise, and Denison students are no strangers to the habit. According to the CDC, sales of cigarettes went down 2.5% in the past year. A habit that used to [...]