April 26, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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NEIL RILEY ‘17 Editor-in-Chief I come from a family of football fans.  For me, fall will always be pickup games in the front yard with my older brothers, Mom’s kidney bean-heavy chili, and the familiar sting of disappointment in our Bengals and Browns.  While my playing days ended almost as soon as they had begun, […]

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RYAN STROTHER ‘17 Sports Editor John Scott, an enforcer with only five career goals in nine years in the NHL, captained the Pacific Division to win the three vs. three NHL All-Star tournament on Sunday. He scored two goals and took home his share of a million dollars, a brand-new Honda Pilot, and against all […]

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TAYLOR LIFKA ‘17 Opinion Editor Nobody ever talks about the hard things in life. I guess I’ve come to realize this more over the past six months than ever before in my life.    Why? Maybe it’s because I’m getting older and life is no longer simply rainbows and butterflies – things matter; there’s a […]

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By Jewell Porter ’16, Elaine Cashy ’16 and Laura Carr ’17 Editors-in-Chief and Managing Editor We’re finally done. After working on about 110 issues of The Denisonian collectively, some together and some without each other, we’re done. Just like that. We’ll still be around, although one of us will be abroad next semester and the […]

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By Laura Carr ’17 Editor-in-Chief I jog on the blacktop with my track and field teammates, wincing as a ray of blinding light hits my eyes. “Knee raises!” Coach Jones shouts. I reach for my knee and suddenly, I lose consciousness. Two minutes later, I find myself lying on my back with the black concrete […]

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By Laura Carr ’17 Editor-in-Chief During my brief flirtation with corporate PR over the summer, I was able to acquaint myself with the work that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has done. However, if I hadn’t worked there, I would probably be just as unaware of what Garcetti has done as everybody else. Which is, […]

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