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Supreme Court enters culture war with same-sex marriage

March 26, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Supreme Court enters culture war with same-sex marriage

By Nick Ingram and Katie McCann Special to The Denisonian  Today and tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments that could determine the fate of marriage in the United States. Hollingsworth v. Perry, which challenges the constitutionality of Proposition 8, the voter-approved referendum which revoked the right for California’s [...]

Kennedy: A new route to strengthen Medical Amnesty at Denison

March 26, 2013 The Denisonian Opinion 0
Kennedy: A new route to strengthen Medical Amnesty at Denison

By Laurel Kennedy  Vice President of Student Development “The Medical Amnesty policy is vital to the health of our campus and keeping people safe because without it there will be accidents because of the desire to not get the person in trouble.” Those words were written by a student who [...]

Rising college costs are everyone’s fault

March 26, 2013 Curtis Edmonds Opinion 0
Rising college costs are everyone’s fault

Nearly everyone on campus is excited with the prospect of replacing Sodexo with a better food service provider. But few are talking about the very real possibility that along with a perpetually rising tuition, we are facing potential rises in the cost of our meal plans. We are all to [...]

New Pope’s humility is refreshing

March 26, 2013 Kristof Oltvai Opinion 0
New Pope’s humility is refreshing

Being at the National Shrine in Washington, D.C. when the Habemus was announced was an extremely humbling experience. Surrounded by the priests, nuns, and brothers of the Church, alongside several fellow tourists, the air in the room grew dense with excitement as the newly elected Pope Francis stepped out onto [...]

Editor’s Corner: Class registration: Make good decisions and claim your education

March 26, 2013 The Denisonian Editor's Corner, Opinion 0
Editor’s Corner: Class registration: Make good decisions and claim your education

As soon as we received the 2013 Fall schedule book last week, I had a sudden realization: my senior year is just around the corner. After the numerous all-nighters I have under my belt, I can honestly say that I am looking forward to graduation. By the same token, I [...]

RecycleMania: Trash Sort teaches students what they waste

March 26, 2013 Carole Burkett News 0

A tower of recyclable materials is not an ordinary sight in front of Slayter, but on Thursday, Mar. 21, the Denison community had the chance to witness a tower of plastics, cardboard, and glass materials more than six feet tall. This temporary monument to recycling was the result of a [...]