March 26, 2019
  • 9:18 pm Communication faculty remember Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:47 pm Denison community mourns the death of Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:04 am Women’s lacrosse dominates in another home win against Rhodes
  • 12:55 am Denison’s men’s rugby club excited for upcoming spring season
  • 12:53 am Men’s lacrosse takes home a strong win over DePauw University
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KATIE KERRIGAN — One of Denison’s biggest debates, next to Laurel Kennedy vs. Cookie Sunkle, centers around which coffee shop is best. Some people, like myself, have a coffee shop preference based on what I need that day. If I need a big muffin or bagel: Village Coffee. If I need a big, flavored iced […]

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OMARI GARRETT — I debated a while with myself whether or not to discuss myself in such an open way, but, in writing, I have come to consider who I am speaking for and the communities I represent. After appearing on Tucker Carlson it became, briefly, a topic of discussion amongst some Dension students how I described […]

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MAE ROSENTHAL — In the United States today, we have grown numb to modern-day racial injustice. Although the rights of African-Americans today are ostensibly equal to those of white Americans, black Americans still suffer oppression, albeit in more subtle ways than that of chattel slavery or the Jim Crow laws. I argue to anyone reading this that […]

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LILY WESTBROOK — Katherine Hobson of National Public Radio argues that social media is making people lonelier, but meanwhile, researchers are proving that social media is playing a significant role towards bringing the world together. When unarmed African American teenager, Michael Brown, was fatally shot outside a convenience store in Ferguson, Missouri back in 2014, it was […]

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U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN —  Last week I had the opportunity to speak with student journalists from several of Ohio’s college newspapers about the issue of net neutrality. Net neutrality rules help ensure that we have a free and open Internet. Today, that could not be more important, particularly for students. High-speed Internet is an absolute […]

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OMARI GARRETT — I do not identify as a person of color. While I would welcome someone to describe me as such, and even associate myself with of persons of color, “person of color/POC” is not a term I use to describe myself. There are a few reasons. The ethnicities we take up and occupy, although to […]

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