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Robot Academy to switch on videos

Wednesday July 22, 2015 4:31 PMA Westerville-based camp, Robot Academy, is moving beyond central Ohio to create a global curriculum for students.Since 2007, the camp has helped students ages 4-14 near Westerville Dublin, and Gahanna become familiar with the world of Lego robotics.Now, Michael Vawter of Westerville, head instructor of the camp, is working on… Continue reading Robot Academy to switch on videos

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First chapter of Copenhagen Clouds

(This is the first chapter from Copenhagen Clouds which was my year-long senior writing project in college. It's a YA novel about a college student who studies abroad in Denmark, falls for her host sister's boyfriend and struggles to find her independence.)Chapter 1Today was finally here. In less than sixteen hours, I would be in… Continue reading First chapter of Copenhagen Clouds

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Car chase ends with crash into Burke

The Denisonian By Debbie GillumNews Editor EmeritusThere was some commotion on South Quad Thursday, April 17 when a brief car chase ended with a collision into Burke Hall.The car chase started when Licking County Sheriff Officers tried to pull over William Beatty, 46, from Newark, for only having one working headlight on Ohio 16.He refused to… Continue reading Car chase ends with crash into Burke

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Going Green On the Hill: An Update

Going Green On the Hill: An UpdatebyDebbie Gillum ’14With the campus starting to look green for spring, Denison is continuing to go green and be more sustainable. Facilities Services has been improving buildings by replacing old light bulbs with fluorescent lights that consume less energy and have a longer lifespan. They have also added occupancy… Continue reading Going Green On the Hill: An Update

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Students share their experiences as dining hall workers

Feature article from April 8 Denisonian Max Collins, a junior from Stamford, Conn., does not have a typical on-campus job such as working at the library, being a tour guide or working in a department. Instead, Collins works for Bon Appetit at Curtis. While it may not be the most glamorous job, Collins said he enjoys… Continue reading Students share their experiences as dining hall workers

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Decrease in crime violations on campus

http://www.denisonian.com/2014/04/news/decrease-in-crime-violations-on-campus/#prettyPhotoThe DenisonianApril 1, 2014NewsIn the past three years, sex offenses, disciplinary action for drug abuse violations and arrests for liquor law violations have decreased at Denison. In addition, schools similar to Denison in size and atmosphere, like Kenyon and Oberlin, also saw similar decreases.This data was reported by the Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis… Continue reading Decrease in crime violations on campus

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Farmer Fridays

The DenisonianFebruary 11, 2014NewsS.K. Piper, Dan and David Ochs. Farmer Fridays is a new Dining Services initiative to help students learn where their food is coming from and to be able to meet the people who grow that food.This Friday Feb. 7 was the first Farmer Friday in Curtis dining hall veggie room from 12:30 to… Continue reading Farmer Fridays

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Beck Lecture

The DenisonianFeb 11, 2013Arts and LifeThings kicked off with a night of poetry. But these weren’t your stereotypical poets. Maggie Glover ‘05 and Paige Hill Starzinger both have full-time jobs, not related to poetry, but each just recently published their first book of poems. Despite visiting campus together for the Beck Lecture series, the two… Continue reading Beck Lecture

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David Hallman Remembered

The DenisonianFebruary 11, 2014NewsDavid Hallman Remembered The Denison community mourns the loss of senior history major and economics minor David Marshall Hallman III, 21, from Erie, Pa., who passed away on Saturday Feb. 8 after a search of campus and the surrounding areas.“My hope is that in a small community like Denison, that we can… Continue reading David Hallman Remembered