January 23, 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: Liz Anastasiadis ’21, Features Editor If you attended the annual Thai Dinner, your ticket meant more than just a plate of food. On November 2, the Asian Culture Club (ACC) hosted a Thai Dinner in Knobel Hall of the Burton D. Morgan Center to help raise a scholarship fund for Banbuwittayasan school, located in […]

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STAFF EDITORIAL — One of the things that we are told to think about often is idea of our ideal Denison experience. That being said, a possible ideal Denison experience would include deeply rooted relationships with faculty and staff, whether they are professors, Denison dining associates, Knowlton Center staff and the list goes on. Mostly, students are […]

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STAFF EDITORIAL — There is absolutely nothing more necessary at this point in the semester than spring break. Midterms have seemed to last for weeks, and just when you think you’ve caught up on all your work and have been super productive, the next wave hits. On top of hours of assignments, the weather here in Ohio […]

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STAFF EDITORIAL — Midterms are just like finals, maybe even a little bit more intense. Considering how there is no midterm schedule present to students and no reading days or extended office hours.  Nevertheless, midterms are contribute significantly to the majority of final grades. Midterms can be scary at times, but have no fear, the editors at […]

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It’s a quiet Thursday evening in my apartment. The roommates and I have made dinner, the kitchen is as clean as it’s going to get for the night and we’ve all settled into our favorite spots on the sofas to watch an episode of some reality TV show. Roommate 2 announces that she’s going to […]

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Being the first of anything can be scary-the first to fly, first to speak their mind, or in this case, the first to go to college. For some students at Denison, being a first generation student is about more than just that label. That’s why R. Esther Hernandez ‘20 decided to start Denison’s First Generation […]

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