December 15, 2018
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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I sit and watch the world around us crumble. We see terrorists at home, with the recent attack on a Synagogue, we see it abroad in war-torn countries that force their own people to risk their lives to leave, and we see it everyday in our daily interactions of judgement and fear. I am one […]

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BY MADELINE HART It is multiple movements and is just extremely pretty sounding. I believe it is most likely due to the importance of the orchestra within the piece. So many pieces that utilize orchestra and voice make the voice the dominant aspect of the piece and the orchestra is merely an accompaniment. However, Brahms […]

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STAFF ED Chloe: My favorite costume that I wore was when I was a cube or a “square.” I wore one of the big child’s toy tents that was shaped as a cube and put it over my outfit that resembled a stereotypical nerd– glasses with tape, tie, high rise pants, etc. I told people […]

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BY JAEEUN LEE There are over 7,00 rolls made in the Slayter sushi section everyday. Twenty pots of rice are cooked and still there are limited supplies of sushi. The popularity of not only sushi rolls but also the demand for rice-based food is increasing, breaking stereotypes of Asian food. And I’m one of those […]

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BY MANDY HONG “홍성현씨, 안영하세요?  저는 캐이트 폰고니스 (Kate Pongonis) 입니다.  주한미국외교관 인데 Denison 대학교 출신 입니다.  1991 출업생 입니다.”   When I first got an email from a Denison alumni, Kate Pongonis ‘91, starting with this Korean sentence, I thought that someone was deceiving me. I couldn’t imagine getting an email written in Korean […]

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Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, it’s impossible to avoid at Denison. From themed costume parties to dances, students make a trend of dressing up in several themes and costumes when they aren’t culturally appropriate. This issue needs to be addressed at Denison and on many other college campuses in the U.S. — dressing in […]

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