February 17, 2019
  • 7:15 pm Women’s basketball celebrates their three seniors with win
  • 7:15 pm Big Red suffer two home NCAC losses, fall to 6-16
  • 7:07 pm Big Red hockey rallies together to skate away with back-to-back wins
  • 7:04 pm Why we need to agree on the G.O.A.T. once and for all
  • 7:00 pm Valentine’s Day: Cute or commercialized?
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On Jan. 14, Denisonians joined the crowd in Washington, D.C. for Obama’s second term inauguration. These students were full of pride and excitement as they became part of the great presence in D.C. and played a role in the historical narrative of the United States.   Teddy Jones, a freshman majoring in environmnetal science from […]

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Though it has been more than 50 years since Rachel Carson’s revolutionary book Silent Spring was published, the issues it dealt with, especially conservation, are still very important and hotly debated, as they were in Higley Hall on Thursday, Jan. 24. Four professors from across departments gathered, offering perspective on Carson’s legacy from the women’s […]

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On Thursday, Jan. 24, three Denison trustees dedicated their afternoon to hold a discussion about their experiences with transitioning into life off the Hill. James Anderson ‘85, Cynthia Booth ‘79, and RoNita Hawes-Saunders ‘73 spoke in Talbot Hall to provide insights about the process.   Anderson was a theatre major during his years at Denison. […]

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Last Thursday Jan. 27, Drew Johnson ’14 was elected the President of the Denison Community Governance Association (DCGA) in a special election. Johnson will serve only a single semester, concluding his term this May when classes end. The special election appeared on the heels of the year-long presidency of Hannah Frank ’13, who left office […]

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They said it could not be done, but that was not enough to stop senior Ian O’Brien. With the help of a team of around 17 people and a faculty advisor who was willing to support their vision, O’Brien and his friends have defied the odds and filmed – in just 37 days – the […]

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Eleven republicans, twelve democrats, and one independent battled on Dec. 11 over the  passing or killing of four bills created by students. All the members of the debate were dressed professionally just as if they were taking part of an actual congressional debate and the process was carried out realistically. It was also a portion […]

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