February 21, 2019
  • 7:15 pm Women’s basketball celebrates their three seniors with win
  • 7:15 pm Big Red suffer two home NCAC losses, fall to 6-16
  • 7:07 pm Big Red hockey rallies together to skate away with back-to-back wins
  • 7:04 pm Why we need to agree on the G.O.A.T. once and for all
  • 7:00 pm Valentine’s Day: Cute or commercialized?
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The DCGA Senate on Oct. 8 began with a presentation from the Division of Student Development about graduate school admission, student-to-administration relationships, academic and co-curricular involvement, religious life, and race and ethnicity at Denison. The senate then held an open discussion with the Student Development staff. Then, Rules Chair Chris Hoye gave a presentation on […]

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LOCAL The Columbus Dispatch Marc Cain, a firefighter on the West Side of Columbus, is being investigated for a long-term liaison with a much younger woman while on duty. High-ranking fire officials are accused of attempting to cover up the affair; one has resigned from the investigation already.   The Kenyon Collegian The Peeps O’ […]

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By Debbie Gillum News Editor The suspect of the $25,000 Mitchell thefts, Yusuf A. McLeod, 37, from Columbus, has been reindicted by a Licking County grand jury, adding two additional charges. He was originally charged with one count of burglary, grand theft, receiving stolen property, and breaking and entering. These charges came from other thefts […]

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By Julian Howell Special to the Denisonian Coming off of a 2-1 victory against Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday October 5, the Denison Big Red field hockey team was looking forward to their next three games, all at home, versus Wittenberg, Earlham, and their archrival DePauw. The first game, held this past Tuesday, was against the […]

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With the world premiere of Familiar Strangers, a play written by recent DU graduate HongYi Tian, the Theatre Department’s mainstage theater season has begun at last. Directed and co-produced by junior Will Brackenbury, this Fall Festival entry tells the story of Zhou Jianyu, a young man enduring the pressures to succeed imposed on him by […]

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It was not a usual Friday afternoon on the Hill: This occasion only happens once every ten to fifteen years of the college’s 182 years of existence. Students dressed in red, faculty cancelled all classes starting 1:30 p.m. “This invigorating vibe is so different but it feels so good,” say Christopher Cole ’14 from Detroit, […]

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