We're moving!

We're moving our new stories to Denison.edu, the college's super-sweet mothership. Over time, we'll be moving some of our best past stories from TheDEN over there too. In the meantime, we've made available an archive of all stories here. This archive will be available for a few months before this site is permanently shut down. See you at Denison.edu! - June 2016

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Song & dance make D-Day


Although, as students like to remind each other wistfully, D-Day no longer involves canceling classes for the day, it remains a beloved Denison tradition. From the much-anticipated lip-dub video revealing the headliner artist each year to the festivities themselves, it’s

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Written By: Rachel Morrison '16
Photo Credits: Zane Osler '16 (T-Pain concert)

D-day tradition continues


Traditions are strong at Denison, where for the last 65 years, students have been surprised annually with a free concert, festival, and games. This year’s D-Day (short for Denison Day) was held on Friday (Oct. 10), allowing Denisonians to blow off

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Photo Credits: Tim Black Photography (Roost), Zane W. Osler '16 (Mitchell Center)

A big red time


Parents and alumni flocked to campus September 26-28 for Big Red Weekend, Denison’s one-stop homecoming/parents’ weekend extravaganza. A “first” this year was the Big Red Reunion Jubilee, a fall gathering for alumni who have already celebrated their 55th Denison Reunions.

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Written By: Rachel Morrison '15

We are family


It turns out that 108 members of the great Class of 2014 have a family member who also graduated from Denison. Some have just one family connection, and one soon-to-be alumna, Alexandra Painter ’14 from Concord, Mass., has as many

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It was ‘alright’


Twitter lit up on Friday, D-Day 2013, as the campus community gathered on the Reese~Shackelford Common to dine on hot dogs, hamburgers, pasta salad, and apple cider. Student performers—rappers, dancers, and singers—took the stage to provide the entertainment. It was

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The singing surgeon

The Singing Surgeon

It was an unusual thing for a doctor to do, but one day this spring, Paul Bryson ’00 took to the field at a Cleveland Indians home game and belted out the national anthem. “I was nervous,” he says, “but

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Photo Credits: Cleveland Indians

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