December 15, 2018
  • 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
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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For many, loving your body is an everyday struggle. However, no one has to deal with that struggle alone. Last week, the Office of Gender and Sexuality and the Whisler Center for Student Wellness partnered with student organizations to create “Love Your Body” Week on campus. This body positivity week was compiled of a series […]

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BY ALINA PANEK AND SHANTI BASU As Elaine McMillion Sheldon sips her third cup of coffee in Herrick hall, she says “There’s no harm in documenting struggle as long as you’re listening more than talking- it’s often these images that lead to change.” As a documentarian and film-maker, this advice is integral to her approach […]

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BY HEATHER BORLAND WHY do we need sleep?  Sleep is important for a number of reasons. It restores our energy, fights off illness and fatigue by strengthening our immune system, helps us think more clearly and creatively, strengthens memory and produces a more positive mood and better performance throughout the day. Sleep isn’t just a […]

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It is the golden ticket of Denison, and it is not easy to get your hands on it. That’s because it is not uncommon for students on a weekday to wake up earlier than usual and run to Slayter to secure this semester’s coveted sushi roll. This month, Slayter is taking it one step further […]

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The past month has been a hectic one for Homesteaders, as they have found themselves evacuated, relocated and eventually settled back into their home due to a higher-than-average mold count found in one of the cabins. Beginning in mid-August, the six residents of Cabin Atlas, the newest and largest building on the Homestead built in […]

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The Salvation Army recently recognized Denison’s Food Recovery Network for their great work so far this year. Food Recovery Network is the largest student movement against food waste and hunger in America. This organization takes surplus food that would otherwise be wasted and gives it to hunger fighting partner agencies. At Denison, students recover the […]

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