January 18, 2019
  • 5:02 pm ACC hosts Thai Dinner to support students in Thailand
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
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By Guram Sakvarelidze Staff Writer Sonatas from the 18th century were once again resurrected in Burke Recital Hall. The faculty recital held on Saturday, April 6, at 7 p.m. featured William Osborne, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts and founder of the Osborne Scholarship who retired in 2003, on the harpsichord and piano; and Chair […]

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The library is normally full of books, but they aren’t usually edible. In its 14th year worldwide and 10th year at Denison, the Books to Eat festival is an international celebration of books. It visited the William Howard Doane library on April 1. Participants took inspiration from their favorite books to create a wide variety […]

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The AICUO, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio, Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts (EVAs) competition was hosted by Denison University this year. Nominees and faculty members from all over Ohio, including Denison’s President Dale T. Knobel and Provost Bradley Bateman, came together last Thursday, April 3 to view artwork and learn […]

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By Sam Heyman Arts and Life Editor Every year, as the spring semester comes to a close, campus is treated to a variety of “finales.” On Sunday, April 7, Jessye Norman’s performance in Swasey Chapel marked the final performance of this year’s Vail Series, but also the last performance that Lorraine Wales, founding director of […]

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Not too long ago, the plaque at the foot of the West College Street drive up to campus read “Denison University: A Christian College Of The Liberal Arts.” Forty years ago, there was no Open House, and very little religious life that was not some denomination of Christianity to speak of. However, 40 years ago […]

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By Curtis Edmonds Forum Editor Saturday night was supposed to be a good night for me. I forgot about my obligations, guzzled down wine with a couple of good friends, and climbed into bed around 3 a.m., preparing for a Sunday full of homework. And then I woke up. Right in front of my door, […]

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