April 24, 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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DCGA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2013   [one_half last=”no”] “This is my passion” By Jackson Wu-Pong Special to The Denisonian  Denisonians, As this campaign season gets going, I can’t help but reflect on my time at Denison. These past two years have been incredibly meaningful and fulfilling, and I am constantly humbled by the kind and quality […]

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By Cecilia Salamone  Staff Writer  This year has been a very eventful one for the Denison community. Perhaps now, more than ever, our university is poised to see some major changes, with some of them already showing themselves. As we look back on our year, we may think of all of the controversy that has […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Forum Editor Saturday night was supposed to be a good night for me. I forgot about my obligations, guzzled down wine with a couple of good friends, and climbed into bed around 3 a.m., preparing for a Sunday full of homework. And then I woke up. Right in front of my door, […]

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By Lindsay Hanz Special to The Denisonian  This morning, I sit in a coffee shop not far from campus at the heart of historical Newark, Ohio. I eat breakfast and observe the people of the town while contemplating my time at Denison and the changes I have gone through over the past three years. Sparta […]

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By Nick DiIorio and Ben Dorau Special to The Denisonian As the Huffman dining hall undergoes much needed renovations and with rumors swirling about the dissolution of the Sodexo monopoly on campus food service, little attention is being attributed to independent, late night food options for students. Since the consecutive disbandment of Taco Bell and […]

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We all know what happens every April on the third floor of Slayter. Nervous freshmen watch their dreams of living in Shaw or Beaver fade the moment they take their seats for lottery. Seniors cry,  swear, roll their eyes when Upper Elm fills up and their relegated to living in Stone. Everyone is upset. We […]

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