November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
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BY RHAYNA KRAMAR “Denison is a place where differences and individuality are celebrated as we strive to be a residential liberal arts college in a contemporary world. Our art program emphasizes art-making as a means to think about not only oneself, but one’s relationship to the world of ideas from multiple perspectives.” This statement reads […]

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On 9/11 2018 at 5:45 a.m., a fully dressed firefighter entered a gym to get on a stair stepper. According to CBS news, Lezlie Bauler climbed 110 steps on stair steppers at a local gym to honor his brothers and sisters who had fallen on that day. Soon after, he went viral with 150,000 shares […]

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You might not always see them; however, they most likely have seen you already. They have been here before, but they are coming back in larger amounts. Denison has been installing new security cameras on campus. Denison is currently in the process of a multi-year plan of improving and updating the facilities around campus. Part […]

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BY BROOKE HOLLAND AND SOPHIA BELLONE  Last week a powerful storm titled Hurricane Florence made landfall in the southern United States, specifically targeting the Carolinas. Universities were evacuated, sending students home and away from the direct impact of the storm. According to The News and Observer, so far there have been 25 deaths recorded from […]

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BY ALINA PANEK A step towards inclusivity as Denison published a clear map of all-gender and wheelchair accessible bathrooms and created two new locations of all-gender bathrooms. This summer Vice President Laurel Kennedy sent an email to the student body attaching the new map and announced that with the Slayter renovations, the team had also […]

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Freshman year: you are given as much attention and advice as possible as you embark on the newest journey of your life. Junior year: you have it figured out. You look for new internships and build your resume. Senior year: you are almost done. From jobs to grad school to a gap year, nothing is […]

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