The Denisonian

Denison Museum presents “Personal Space”

September 24, 2013 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

by Grant Veltman Among conversations between Denison students are discussions about parts of campus yet to be explored, hidden gems awaiting their arrival. For some,  the Denison Museum is one such undiscovered gem. Located on the ground floor of Burke Recital Hall, the Denison Museum boasts first-class resources that make [...]

“Girl Rising” raises awareness on education and equality

September 24, 2013 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

by Kalyn Dunkins Slayter Auditorium hosted a screening for the documentary “Girl Rising” this past Thursday. Sept. 18. The documentary focuses on the struggles endured by women due to inequality and lack of opportunity worldwide. The film portrays the lives of nine girls from eight different countries, including Afghanistan, Egypt, [...]

Music to my ears! Fall semester concerts invade Columbus

September 24, 2013 The Denisonian Arts and Life 0

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“I feel unsafe”: students react to conduct process for sexual misconduct

September 24, 2013 The Denisonian Features 0

by Hannah Kubbins Our previous issue addressed two alleged incidents of sexual misconduct on campus. To further clarify what happens in cases regarding sexual misconduct, The Denisonian delved deeper into how the administration deals with allegations of rape and sexual assault. Students who have known victims of sexual misconduct take [...]

Biker, hiker Paul Djupe goes for laidback approach; studies politics qua religion

September 24, 2013 Curtis Edmonds Features 0

You might know Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Djupe — and if you don’t, you’ve come to the right place. The self-described “liberal hippie” has taught at Denison since 1999, and focuses on religion and American politics. He cites two reasons for studying in this field: first, his family, [...]

Community at Denison: A new president’s perspective

September 24, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0

By Adam Weinberg In my initial weeks at Denison, I have been struck by the strength of our community. Denison is an interesting and vibrant place filled with students who are smart, engaged, multi-talented, friendly, and fun to be around. Clearly, community is a strong cultural norm at Denison. We [...]