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It’s hard to keep up with the world off the Hill

Ever since coming to Denison, I’ve noticed how easy it is to disconnect from everything going on in the rest of the world. At home when I came downstairs for breakfast the news was always on, so it was easy [...]

April 16, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

The woes of being a middle child

Growing up I have never been alone. My older sister is four years to my senior and my younger sister is less than a year apart in age (363 days to be exact). I never had to experience anything by [...]

April 16, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

For now, give me the wheel

Recently, I came across a YouTube video of a company called Waymo, which produces and tests self-driving cars. After over eight years of developing and testing these vehicles, Waymo is ready to put their vehicles on the road. What once [...]

April 16, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Where oh where have my little socks gone?

There’s a magical world not too far from ours, where all of the lonely socks go when they’ve just had enough of our bullcrap. We do laundry roughly once or twice a week (if you don’t, you need to learn [...]

April 16, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Literature is not dead! In fact, it’s alive and well

In our modern day, literature and writing seems to be disconnected from most teenagers and young adults than ever before. Not only that, but adults are displaying this disconnect as well, focusing on how STEM fields are all the rage. [...]

April 16, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Fourth floor Slayter is my unsung study spots

After wrapping up my first semester at Denison, I quickly discovered that finding the perfect study spot is easier said than done. In the library, I was overwhelmed by all the different spots it had to offer; long tables, private [...]

March 14, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion