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Learning to be resilient: when acts of terrorism hit your home

RACHEL EPSTEIN ‘18 Editor-in-Chief “There’s been a stabbing at Parli and something’s happened on the bridge. They think it’s a terrorist attack. I’m fine but Dan says he can see bodies on the road from the office window…” my boyfriend [...]

April 4, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Uniting humanities and STEM majors

KAITLYN SPECHT Editor-in-Chief Though many of us come to a liberal arts college with an interest in a variety of subjects, there are also many of us who find they despise a particular subject. More than that, we might actually [...]

March 28, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Studying abroad and female friendships

RACHEL EPSTEIN ‘18 Editor-in-Chief For anyone who has experienced Munich’s Oktoberfest in all its beer soaked glory, you know it’s the epitome of chaos. Many of you perhaps have not yet had your turn to wait in line at 6 [...]

March 17, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Thanks for a good run

NEIL RILEY ‘17,  KALYN DUNKINS ‘17 & EMILY SHANE ‘17  Editors-in-Chief & Managing Editor This is the end of our Denisonian careers. What you are holding in your hands or reading online is the last fingerprint we will leave on [...]

December 6, 2016 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Looking forward, not backward

KALYN DUNKINS ‘17 Editor-in-Chief I turned 22 yesterday, and I feel like things can only go downhill from here. Alright, that was me opening up with some crude humor. That statement is not entirely true. It’s just what I keep [...]

November 15, 2016 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Think of sacrifices this month

NEIL RILEY ‘17 Editor-in-Chief Generations ago, there was a dispute between a group of clans over a piece of land in Ireland. One of these clans happened to be the Rileys. The families made a pact that whoever won a [...]

November 8, 2016 Editor's Corner, Opinion