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Theater change: new Fall Festival and Spring Showcase

March 5, 2013 Sam Heyman News 0

By Sam Heyman Arts and Life Editor Next year, the landscape of the main stage theatre season will be radically changed. In the fall semester, the season will begin with a Fall Festival of faculty supervised and sponsored, but largely student produced, written, directed and performed works, which will be [...]

Former Ohio death row inmate Dale Johnston visits campus

March 5, 2013 The Denisonian News 0

By Cecilia Salomone Staff Writer The Barney-Davis board room was filled with students, faculty, and community members waiting for a special speaker on the afternoon of Feb. 27. Not a professional lecturer, not a specialist in a particular area of study – the speaker this time was a former Ohio [...]

Speaker warns Denison about steroid usage

March 4, 2013 David Allen Sports 3

Donald Hooton cites a recent Minnesota University study when he says that, “5-6 percent of middle school and high school boys and 4-5 percent of high school girls are using anabolic steroids…That’s over a million and a half kids.” He is not the least bit surprised. “So many of our [...]

Welcome To Denison University Sports on!

March 3, 2013 David Allen Sports 0
Welcome To Denison University Sports on!

Sports are one of the essentials on college campuses, and we want to provide everyone with accurate and insightful reporting of all sports, clubs, and intramurals that Denison offers. If you have a story Idea, or want to write, or anything helpful, contact us! Your Sports Editors are David Allen [...]

Lacrosse starts season with win

February 19, 2013 The Denisonian Sports 0
Lacrosse starts season with win

After compiling a 15-2 overall record, an NCAC championship, and a ticket to the Elite Eight last year, it may seem hard for the 2013 Men’s Denison Lacrosse team to build on last year’s success.However, having graduated three All-Americans, the team needs players to step up and all the void. [...]

Men’s tennis lose 5-4 heartbreaker

February 19, 2013 David Allen Sports 0
Men’s tennis lose 5-4 heartbreaker

It was a tough one to swallow for the 27th ranked Big Red Men’s tennis team, as they lost a 5-4 nail biter that came down to the last singles match versus Earlham. And while this loss is damaging, the play was impressive considering what the mighty Big Red have [...]