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Survival guide to being Black at a PWI

“It’s not easy being Black in America.” If you grew up in a Black household, you’ve probably heard various forms of this statement from your parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, great-great grandparents, etc. However when we leave home for our university, [...]

February 19, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Let female artists be heard, literally

In case you didn’t know it, people are really pissed off at the lack of respect given to women. It’s not just in the #metoo movement to end assault, but in other institutions that disrespect women. For example, the Grammy [...]

February 18, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Passing the baton to your new editors

CHLOE SFERRA, CASEY TRIMM, JOSH LEE– Welcome back Denison! The return to school means the absence of old editors. While the three of us will miss our old staff, we are excited to embark on a new year where we [...]

February 18, 2018 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Do the walk not just the talk, Greek Life

RACHEL EPSTEIN AND CHLOE SFERRA If you have the opportunity to make change on this campus for the better, we hope you take it. Whether we like it or not, Greek life has this kind of power. Nearly all of [...]

November 15, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

The Etymology of Bitch

“Let me explain to you what being a bitch is,” says drag queen Latrice Royale in season 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. My ears perk up.  Royale continues, “Being in total control of herself.” The first time someone called me [...]

November 7, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion

Tinder: the anti-social social app

Last week, I suggested to our staff that our staff editorial be on a topic I thought was popular opinion: the social issues of Tinder. To my surprise, what I thought would be an easy consensus was met with a [...]

November 5, 2017 Editor's Corner, Opinion