The Denisonian

Students Must Raise Voices To Protect Open Internet

April 16, 2018 The Denisonian Blog, Opinion 0

U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN —  Last week I had the opportunity to speak with student journalists from several of Ohio’s college newspapers about the issue of net neutrality. Net neutrality rules help ensure that we have a free and open Internet. Today, that could not be more important, particularly for students. [...]

It’s hard to keep up with the world off the Hill

April 16, 2018 Brooke Holland Editor's Corner, Opinion 0

Ever since coming to Denison, I’ve noticed how easy it is to disconnect from everything going on in the rest of the world. At home when I came downstairs for breakfast the news was always on, so it was easy to catch any important points they mentioned that morning. The [...]

POC: We Need to Address Somethings

April 16, 2018 The Denisonian Blog, Opinion 0

OMARI GARRETT — I do not identify as a person of color. While I would welcome someone to describe me as such, and even associate myself with of persons of color, “person of color/POC” is not a term I use to describe myself. There are a few reasons. The ethnicities we take [...]

The woes of being a middle child

April 16, 2018 Chloe Sferra Editor's Corner, Opinion 0

Growing up I have never been alone. My older sister is four years to my senior and my younger sister is less than a year apart in age (363 days to be exact). I never had to experience anything by myself because I always had at least one sister to [...]

Denison’s library receives generous gift and plans to make improvements

April 16, 2018 Brooke Holland News, World and Local News 0

Recently, Denison’s William Howard Doane Library received a gift of $7.5 million from Sue Douthit O’Connell, a member of the class of 1967 and her husband Bob. A major portion of this gift, $5.7 million, will be dedicated to renovations to update multiple different areas of the facility. The gift [...]

Central Asia textile exhibit weaves art and culture on campus

April 16, 2018 Shanti Basu News, World and Local News 0

“Feel free to look, touch or even try on!” Words you might not hear everyday when approaching an art exhibit that were offered up this week as students visited the Central Asia textile exhibit displayed in the Curtis Dining Hall. Viktoria Shalaginova beamed with pride as members of the Denison [...]