The Gender Politics of Security Cameras

By Sarah MacKenzie This past year has been one full of statistics – numbers and projections that have defined our daily lives. The coronavirus pandemic coupled with the 2020 election and George Floyd protests made our world complete with defining moments that pretty much shut out any other news that remained relevant for individuals in…

Are students really willing to stand up against sexual assault?

By Emily Nicholson and Elena Meth In January, The New York Times published an opinion piece entitled “A Frat Boy and a Gentleman” by Alexandra Robbins. If you haven’t read it (although, you totally should), the article basically reaches the conclusion that fraternities across America are changing, specifically by embracing a “more inclusive form of…

How Does Denison Measure Up on Crime?

By Maggie Miller Living on a college campus, like the Hill, has its perks and downfalls. As a Denison student, I don’t have to wake up earlier in the morning to get in my car or take any public transportation, I walk my 10 minutes from East Quad and I am suddenly at school. We…