The Denisonian

President Weinberg’s Repsonse to DACA

September 13, 2017 The Denisonian News 0

CASEY TRIMM & CHLOE SFERRA NEWS EDITORS Imagine going from a place you have known your whole life to being forced back to a country you’ve never been to. President Trump has recently removed a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This ve-year- old program was initiated by [...]

Two students coordinated Aug-O this summer

September 10, 2017 Chloe Sferra Features 0

We’ve all been through it as Denison students: August Orientation. Through the meetings, information sessions and late night activities, Aug-O welcomes us to the university. The three day excursion seems like no big deal, yet it is one of the biggest planned events on campus. This year, freshman have Ben [...]

Smoking among students rises with electronic cigarettes

September 10, 2017 Chloe Sferra News 0

If you thought smoking cigarettes was a dying habit, you would be right. However, smoking nicotine in general is on the rise, and Denison students are no strangers to the habit. According to the CDC, sales of cigarettes went down 2.5% in the past year. A habit that used to [...]

Meet Dr. Hosna Sheikholeslami, Denison’s Newest Professor

September 10, 2017 Rachel Epstein Features 0

Dr. Hosna Sheikholeslami is the department of sociology and anthropology’s newest faculty member. An Iranian-American born in Tehran, Iran and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area from age four, Sheikholeslami studied Comparative Literature at Berkeley, where she also started an interfaith dialogue council, an organization that remains on campus [...]

America will never be post-racial

September 10, 2017 Josh Lee Opinion 0

This summer has taught me many lessons, many of which have allowed me to grow as a person, from forming stronger bonds with friends to getting closer with distant family to meeting new people. But I learned a valuable lesson this summer, something I felt the need to share with [...]

Oops…my bad: this one’s on me

September 10, 2017 Nathaniel Beach News, Opinion 0

400,000 Americans died during World War II fighting against Fascism and Nazi Germany according to the National WWII Museum. 400,000 Americans fought to liberate the world of evil and anti-semitism. 400,000 Americans performed the ultimate sacrifice to ensure all people were free and treated equally. 400,000 Americans died fighting exactly [...]