Surveillance, Gender, and Frats at Denison

By Eric Buehler In the “data age”, privacy is becoming a thing of the past. This year, the LA Board of Police Commissioners voted to allow the use of drones in a one-year pilot program, the House is trying to allow internet providers to sell customer data without their consent, the Trump administration continues to…

Denison Grit

By Paul A. Djupe From stories in the news about college students these days one might be lead to believe that blizzards had hit every campus because there are so many snowflakes. Students (oh my, y’all are millenials too) are described as psychologically frail creatures who can’t handle arguments and to whom even the idea…

A Case For Bigger Pockets – Lost Things at Denison

By Bobby Craig If you’re a Denisonian, you’ve probably seen something similar once or twice. It’s likely you glanced at the post, scoffed at the author’s inferiority, and went on your merry way to scroll endlessly through an old News Feed. Losing something is a laughable mistake…until it happens to you. Luckily, One Twenty Seven…

Campus Migration – To the Sunnies and Well Beyond

By Eric Buehler This post has an interactive graphic created by Bobby Craig! Click on the image below and you get to see how many swipes happened when and where across a week (by moving the sliders at the bottom of the image). If you see anything interesting, let everyone know in the comments. Then…

Free Speech vs Hate Speech at Denison

By Paul A. Djupe A pretty remarkable thing happened yesterday – a Denison freshman appeared on the Tucker Carlson show on Fox News to talk about free speech on campus. Omari Garrett (class of 2021) wrote an op-ed for The Denisonian that served as the inspiration for the invitation, arguing, “Many passively enable white nationalism…

Finding Comfort on Denison’s Campus

By Oliver Gladfelter Last semester, comfort was a common theme brought up in many campus dialogues about identity, power, and privilege. Often times, students expressed feeling uncomfortable in certain areas on campus – a narrative 127 was able to provide some empirical evidence for by exploring comfort levels in a very specific and unique setting….