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ITS: Do we have a reason to complain?

January 22, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0

Yes, we do By Ryan Haddox Special to the Denisonian Issues with the Information Technology Services (ITS) department at Denison have been widespread across this campus and need to be addressed. While talking with some upperclassmen, I hear that IT systems were worse in past years, but I find that [...]

Editor’s Corner: This is the best time of our lives

January 22, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Editor’s Corner: This is the best time of our lives

I was not that excited to come back to school after that long and wonderful winter break. I’m sure that most of you would agree. I miss my wonderful friends that I spent the break with, and for you it could be your loving family. In a sense, we miss [...]

Staff Editorial: Why the lack of MLK day participation?

January 22, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Staff Editorial: Why the lack of MLK day participation?

If you attended the MLK Day Sunday service this past weekend, you would find that the majority of the guests who came to pay homage to Dr. King were not Denison students. This is disappointing. MLK Day at Denison was started by students, for students. Obtain the most preferred free [...]

Environmental debate held by students

January 22, 2013 The Denisonian News 0
Environmental debate held by students

Eleven republicans, twelve democrats, and one independent battled on Dec. 11 over the  passing or killing of four bills created by students. All the members of the debate were dressed professionally just as if they were taking part of an actual congressional debate and the process was carried out realistically. [...]

BreakAway taking initiative nationwide Environmental debate held by students

January 22, 2013 Carole Burkett News 0
BreakAway taking initiative nationwide Environmental debate held by students

BreakAway, one of Denison’s four winter break alternatives, enabled 78 students to serve in various settings all over the United States. The BreakAway program is based on the idea of an Active Citizen Continuum, transforming students from unconcerned spectators, at one end of the continuum, into active citizens who value [...]

SMILE: Support group for chronic medical conditions

January 22, 2013 The Denisonian News 0
SMILE: Support group for chronic medical conditions

This year there is a new support group on campus. It is called SMILE (Serious Medical Matters Influencing Life Experience) that was created by Associate Professor and Evolutionary Developmental Biologist Dr. Laura Romano and Katherine Palms ’14, a communication major from Grosse Pointe Mi, following a couple of events that [...]