The Denisonian

Fall Preview: Field Hockey 2013

September 4, 2013 David Allen Sports 0

This is part two of the Fall Preview Series of Denison Athletics. Just yesterday the Denison Field Hockey team beat conference rival Ohio Wesleyan, 2-1, to kick off their season in grand fashion. Yet, no one on the team seems really all that surprised as this win seems like a [...]

Welcome back, Denisonians!

September 3, 2013 The Denisonian News 0

As we are heading strong into the new academic year, The Denisonian wants to give its warmest welcome to the whole Denison community. As always, we will be publishing 10 issues this semester (and you can find the publishing schedule at the end of this post). Yes, we have gone under some [...]

Fall Preview: Football 2013

September 3, 2013 David Allen Sports 0

This is part one of the Fall Preview Series of Denison Athletics. For many people, the start of an academic year is exciting, but not in the head-stuck-in-the-books kind of way. No, in fact, for many people (including the author of this article), the academic year is most exciting because [...]

Weekly Sports Update: (8/26/13-9/02/13)

August 22, 2013 David Allen Other 0
Weekly Sports Update: (8/26/13-9/02/13)

Denison football coaching staff named Head Coach: Jack Hatem Offensive Line Coach: Frank Little Defensive Coordinator: Zack Brent ’07 New additions:  Strength and Conditioning Coach : Bert Bathiany ’09 Assistant Coach (Tight ends and running backs): Chris Curtis Wide Receivers Coach: K.B. Justus Assistant Coach (Running Backs): Todd Londot [...]

Fraternity investigations conclude with three different results

July 26, 2013 Kristof Oltvai Features, News 0

Denison’s administration has reached its decision on three fraternities suspended this spring for allegedly violating the Student Code of Conduct. After pursuing investigations into Denison’s chapters of Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma, and Sigma Phi Epsilon, the administration reached three separate decisions. Only Kappa Sigma may resume normal activities in the [...]

33% of students for incoming class of 2017 identify as multicultural

May 17, 2013 Curtis Edmonds News 0

Denison, which typically has an enrollment of 75-80% white students will see that number decrease with the entrance of the class of 2017. The new freshmen hold the most diverse class in the college’s history, with 33% identifying as international or students of color, according to a press release from [...]