November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
Follow us on Twitter

STAFF EDITORIAL When you pick up the campus newspaper, what are you hoping to find? For us, The Denisonian is often a place to express our thoughts and opinions with intention to create awareness and build community. Through articles as straightforward as a sports report or as complicated as controversial policy changes, we hope to […]

READ MORE

STAFF EDITORIAL Extreme heat, sickness, mold, walls that can’t hang decoration– these are just a few reasons we believe air conditioning should be allowed campus-wide. We don’t feel it is too big of a stretch either. Many schools have air conditioning across their campus, and it is outdated to not have air conditioning. We as […]

READ MORE

STAFF EDITORIAL — General Education Requirements, better known as Gen. Eds., are a set of certain classes that students are required to complete by the time they graduate. These courses help ensure that students develop core liberal arts competencies and encounter a broad range of liberal arts inquiries- social, scientific, humanistic and artistic. These requirements expose […]

READ MORE

STAFF EDITORIAL — One of the things that we are told to think about often is idea of our ideal Denison experience. That being said, a possible ideal Denison experience would include deeply rooted relationships with faculty and staff, whether they are professors, Denison dining associates, Knowlton Center staff and the list goes on. Mostly, students are […]

READ MORE

STAFF EDITORIAL — For this week, we decided to try to be more personal so readers can get to know the staff a little better. We asked the staff “what inspires you?” We had some unique and interesting responses: Nathaniel: Deciding what inspires me is an extremely complex question. It’s hard to try to pinpoint it to […]

READ MORE

STAFF EDITORIAL — Ohio weather is unpredictable. You can wake up to 30 degrees with wind blowing in your face as you walk to class in the morning bundled up. After a couple of short hours, you may just as likely find yourself sweating as you head towards lunch with the sun beating down, wishing you hadn’t […]

READ MORE