The Denisonian

New football coaching staff show passion on and off the field

October 9, 2013 The Denisonian Sports 0

With the start of this fall football season came a plethora of new coaches. The new coaching staff includes Bert Bathiany ‘09 (linebackers), Chris Curtis (tight ends), K.B. Justus (wide receivers), Todd Londot (running backs), Doug Pryor ‘04 (defensive line), and Ryan Stewart (cornerbacks). The Denisonian had the opportunity to [...]

A cappella groups kickstart Big Red Weekend

October 9, 2013 Sarah Kosling Arts and Life 0
A cappella groups kickstart  Big Red Weekend

Everyone loves to bellow their favorite songs in the shower, no matter how good or bad their voice may sound. Now, imagine singing in front of a packed house filled with peers, alumni, and parents. Not many have the ability to stand up and reveal their voices to their friends, [...]

Gravity: A new film and a spacewalk to remember

October 9, 2013 Sarah Kosling Arts and Life 0

For some, the natural allure of moviegoing is the escapist prospect of being transported into another reality. This stimulating sensation is most enjoyable when it results from entering a truly unknown place, one that inverts our individual perceptions of existence. Especially in the last decades, with visual effects from movies [...]

The Beck Lecture Series brings in poet Dana Levin

October 9, 2013 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

Renowned poet Dana Levin embraced our campus with some of her greatest works Thursday, Oct. 3, a presentation part of the ongoing Beck Lecture Series here at Denison. From the story she told of her mother’s funeral depicted in that of a sky burial (Cathartes Aura) to the apocalyptic tale [...]

Shared Granville Inn, Denison history proves “inextricably intertwined”

October 8, 2013 Abbe Kaplan Features 0

By Bridget Diana and Erin Worden Special to The Denisonian In the early 1920s, John Sutphin Jones made a deal with the Granville community: if it acquired a sewage system, electric lights and a water plant for the town, he would build a grand hotel. And sure enough, in 1924, [...]

To improve Denison’s intellectual culture

October 8, 2013 Kristof Oltvai Features 0

Denison’s administration underwent a true vernal renewal last spring with the retirement of longtime President Dale T. Knobel and the departure of Provost Bradley Bateman, leading to important changes in the leadership of the college’s executive and academic branches. Associate Professor of Physics Kim Coplin’s new role as provost is, [...]