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Editor’s Corner: Greek organizations need to examine values

January 29, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Editor’s Corner: Greek organizations need to examine values

By Nick Garafola and Natalie Olivo Editor-in-Chief Emeritus and Forum Editor Emeritus Campus culture has once again become intolerable overnight. For the quiet nonGreek majority, Bid Day emerges from recruitment and rears its obnoxious head through AC/DC’s “Hells Bells” and the loud beeping of SUVs. The Denisonian, in spite of [...]

Staff Editorial: DCGA elections are overlooked by students

January 29, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Staff Editorial: DCGA elections are overlooked by students

In recent years, the voter turnout in DCGA elections for senators and the president and vice president positions has been dismal. What’s worse, is that Denison students seem to show no interest in running for these important positions. Consider that outgoing President Hannah Frank ’13 ran unopposed last fall, and last [...]

Denison gets a taste of local bystander intervention

January 29, 2013 Carole Burkett News 0
Denison gets a taste of local bystander intervention

The Food and Culture Colloquium, a series of lectures involving the culture of cuisine, returned to campus on Jan. 23. In a panel entitled “Equality on the Line: Local Food Culture and a Story of Bystander Intervention,” four prominent figures came to campus to discuss an event that occurred in [...]

From Denison to the presidential inauguration in D.C.

January 29, 2013 The Denisonian News 0
From Denison to the presidential inauguration in D.C.

On Jan. 14, Denisonians joined the crowd in Washington, D.C. for Obama’s second term inauguration. These students were full of pride and excitement as they became part of the great presence in D.C. and played a role in the historical narrative of the United States.   Teddy Jones, a freshman [...]

Rachel Carlson commemorated as conservationist, activist, and writer

January 29, 2013 Carole Burkett News 0
Rachel Carlson commemorated as conservationist, activist, and writer

Though it has been more than 50 years since Rachel Carson’s revolutionary book Silent Spring was published, the issues it dealt with, especially conservation, are still very important and hotly debated, as they were in Higley Hall on Thursday, Jan. 24. Four professors from across departments gathered, offering perspective on [...]

Trustees give insights and reflect on life after Denison

January 29, 2013 The Denisonian News 0
Trustees give insights and reflect on life after Denison

On Thursday, Jan. 24, three Denison trustees dedicated their afternoon to hold a discussion about their experiences with transitioning into life off the Hill. James Anderson ‘85, Cynthia Booth ‘79, and RoNita Hawes-Saunders ‘73 spoke in Talbot Hall to provide insights about the process.   Anderson was a theatre major [...]