January 18, 2019
  • 5:02 pm ACC hosts Thai Dinner to support students in Thailand
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
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BY HEATHER BORLAND Sleep Well Denison: Napping Edition The Benefits of Napping While naps do not necessarily make up for inadequate or poor quality nighttime sleep, a short nap of 20-30 minutes can help to improve mood, alertness and performance. Tips for napping effectively: Keep it short (20-30 minutes): This type of nap provides significant […]

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Have you ever seen a professor outside of school? It can be jarring to remember that your teachers have lives outside of class. “What do they do with their time?” you may wonder. Well meet five professors who are publishing books this year. Check out these small, press release introductions of the books and feel […]

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You would never guess it by the name, but the Winter Wheat Festival provides workshop opportunities for inspiring writers. On Saturday, November 3, four Denison students packed into a car at 7:15 a.m. for a two and a half hour drive. The event that made these students so passionate that they would give up sleeping […]

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BY LAURA LAPHAM When our small acts of kindness don’t feel like they cause much of an impact, Make A Difference Day is here to remind us that it does. This past Saturday, you might have seen a flock of girl scouts walking around A-quad during the afternoon. The Denison Community Association hosted a service […]

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Wil Haygood is a journalist who doesn’t let the story come to him. He goes in the cracks and crevices of the world to find the stories that demand attention, but are hidden away waiting to be discovered. Of course, Haygood didn’t realize his passion for writing until after he graduated college. Haygood then moved […]

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What we know now: Senior apartments can no longer hold parties larger than 33 people. This is due to structural failure. There is a temporary solution with a tent. Student Development needs input on how to make the best changes for the future. Speculation has been circuling since last fall semester, but the fate of […]

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