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College students more likely to be targeted by scammers

March 17, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

CASEY TRIMM News Editor College students have become the biggest targets of phishing scams, attempts by scammers to try and trick people into giving out personal information, such as bank account numbers, passwords and credit card information. Fake emails will usually direct the user to visit a website that will [...]

Licking County Shuttles offer new ways for students to travel

March 16, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

MIA CATILLO Special to The Denisonian In need of a ride to any location within Licking County? Fear no more! Coming soon to Denison there will be shuttles escorting students to places within Licking County. This service will be starting in the coming weeks, after Spring break, in order to [...]

Vandalism in the Muslim prayer room brings students to demand change

March 16, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

CHLOE SFERRA News Editor Tension has been building as offensive words, vandalism, and other hate crimes have been circling around Denison. In the aftermath of an incident concerning the Muslim prayer room in Slayter, students have made sure they will not put up with this kind of intolerance. On Feb. [...]

Knowlton Center releases new strategy to help career planning

March 16, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

KAITLYN SPECHT Editor-in-Chief With summer quickly approaching, it might be time for students to start thinking about how to utilize their breaks efficiently for their career goals. The Knowlton Center’s new five phase career planning strategy shows that summer is not the only time to be thinking about these sorts [...]

Three professors receive tenure

February 7, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

TANZEN ANGERT & MARISA HOMBOSKY Features Editor & Sports Editor   Dr. Sangeet Kumar, along with two of his fellow colleagues, Dr. Alina Haliluc and Dr. Laura Russell, joined the communication department’s tenure club. To celebrate their accomplishments, the department held an Open House in Hig- ley Hall on Jan. [...]

Denison reacts to refugee ban executive order

February 7, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

 CHLOE SFERRA & CASEY TRIMM News Editors Every American seems to be holding a sign these days. Whether the sign supports the cur- rent government or is protesting its decisions, there is a lot for people to talk about. Recently, the discussion has been shifted toward an executive order that [...]