April 24, 2019
  • 5:08 pm Softball adds to strong year, hands Wooster first NCAC loss
  • 5:03 pm Dominating every phase of the game: Big Red baseball is rolling
  • 4:57 pm Men’s lacrosse earns Coach Caravana’s 300th career win
  • 4:54 pm Men and women’s tennis, golf continue strong seasons
  • 4:48 pm Stop comparing yourself to others
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The United States is undoubtedly one of the most – if not the most – racially diverse country in the world, and seven percent of American children born in the last decade were bi- or multiracial. Denison English professor Diana Mafe, a Canada native, has a new book out that explores literary representations of biracial […]

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By Grant Veltman Staff Writer Reflecting on the last five years in film, the presence of racially charged stories that have emerged has been strong. These works, namely The Help, Lincoln, Django Unchained, and just this year, The Butler and Fruitvale Station, have each left their mark on the dialogue of race in unique form. […]

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By Haley Jones Staff Writer A group of Denison students dressed in sleek black attire stood on risers in Swasey Chapel. Soft light reflected off their faces, excitement gleamed in their eyes, and the positive energy in the room was palpable. Surrounding the students were four gentlemen, three playing percussion and guitar, and one seated […]

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By Matthew Pennekamp Foreign Correspondent Peering with my digitized spyglass at the last few months’ worth of American political discourse, cloaked in the lack of insulation that the distance of being abroad provides, it would be easy for me to claim to be glad I was not privy to it; that I would drink delight […]

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The argument made by some Denisonians that there are few to no fun things to do on campus on the weekends other than partying or drinking is flimsy at best. Though the point can be made that many club events and speakers fall during the busy, homework-filled school week, this is not the case for […]

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It is easy to tell from his appearance that Assistant Professor of English Peter Grandbois is a fencer. He is tall and slim, with an easy demeanor and relaxed posture. And it is easy to tell from his conversation that he is a writer, as he leans forward and lights up as he begins to […]

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