November 13, 2018
  • 11:00 pm Red Frame Lab Imagine Series welcomes Clara Kridler
  • 10:57 pm Karaoke Club rocks students’ weekends
  • 10:54 pm Dee Dee Bridgewater wraps up the Vail Series until next semester
  • 10:53 pm Longform Journalism: Fade to Joy
  • 3:08 pm Men’s soccer struggles early this season
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Eleven republicans, twelve democrats, and one independent battled on Dec. 11 over the  passing or killing of four bills created by students. All the members of the debate were dressed professionally just as if they were taking part of an actual congressional debate and the process was carried out realistically. It was also a portion […]

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BreakAway, one of Denison’s four winter break alternatives, enabled 78 students to serve in various settings all over the United States. The BreakAway program is based on the idea of an Active Citizen Continuum, transforming students from unconcerned spectators, at one end of the continuum, into active citizens who value their community highly, at the […]

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This year there is a new support group on campus. It is called SMILE (Serious Medical Matters Influencing Life Experience) that was created by Associate Professor and Evolutionary Developmental Biologist Dr. Laura Romano and Katherine Palms ’14, a communication major from Grosse Pointe Mi, following a couple of events that lead to both of them […]

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For students inclined towards leadership, the LeaderShape Institute provided “an immersion living/learning experience” during winter break. Over six days, students learned “to create a just, caring, thriving world where everyone leads with integrity and a healthy disregard for the impossible,” according to Program Coordinator and Director of Campus Leadership and Involvement Natalie Pariano. The LeaderShape […]

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Denison University’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Day started at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday in Swasey Chapel and concluded Monday evening. This MLK Day featured several notable changes from last year, and several key people involved in the planning and implementation of the celebration provided valuable insight.   The celebration kicked off […]

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As students settled in to prepare for classes, they found themselves unable to access critical network resources, like their class schedules and the internet itself. For a 26-hour period from early Sunday morning to early Monday, the Denison network was partially functional. Information Technology Services (ITS) Director Lisa Bazley, explained that the outage occurred as […]

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