The Denisonian

Denison Baseball close to end of season, but more work to be done

May 11, 2018 Chloe Sferra Sports 0

The Big Red baseball team has been busy this season. Really busy. Having already played 30 games, and still having more to come, Denison Baseball has been picking up win after win to amass an impressive record of 26-8. This record does not come easy, as most days consist of [...]

The woe that is Gen Ed requirements

May 11, 2018 The Denisonian Opinion, Staff Editorials 0

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 [...]

Cissxism at Denison Is Common

May 11, 2018 The Denisonian Blog, Opinion 0

OMARI GARRETT — I debated a while with myself whether or not to discuss myself in such an open way, but, in writing, I have come to consider who I am speaking for and the communities I represent. After appearing on Tucker Carlson it became, briefly, a topic of discussion amongst some [...]

Mass Incarceration: Racialized Social Control in the U.S.

May 11, 2018 The Denisonian Blog, Opinion 0

MAE ROSENTHAL — In the United States today, we have grown numb to modern-day racial injustice. Although the rights of African-Americans today are ostensibly equal to those of white Americans, black Americans still suffer oppression, albeit in more subtle ways than that of chattel slavery or the Jim Crow laws. I argue [...]

I’m so ready to go home, but not without reflection

May 11, 2018 Josh Lee Editor's Corner, Opinion 1

I’m so ready to go home. Who’s with me? My sophomore year has been a damn mess… a mess that I wouldn’t want to change for the world though. While I thought I learned so much during my first year at Denison, sophomore year proved that to be completely wrong. [...]

An Open Letter to the Republican Party

May 11, 2018 Nathaniel Beach Editor's Corner, Opinion 2

The Republican Party as we know it is closing in on death. What was once the party of Lincoln, Reagan and Eisenhower is long gone and it has instead been replaced with racism, bigotry and white-supremacy. I’m ashamed to consider myself a party of the “Grand Old Party.” Why are [...]