Has Substance Use Increased During the Pandemic?

By Siobhán Mitchell Last semester brought new challenges and new possibilities to student life, opening up a conversation about public health on Denison’s campus. Although the pandemic took center stage, other aspects of our campus health still hold prevalence in how we live and learn on the Hill. Looking back at 127 data from years…

Campus Safety in the Time of the Novel Coronavirus

By Sarah MacKenzie This semester has been one like no other. Masks are required on campus grounds, many classes are remote, and the social life has taken a sharp right turn to the Tower, the deck of Silverstein, and the “Blue Garden” (that muddy patch outside of Myers). No longer are Sunnies apartments crowded with…

So Where Are Denisonians Drinking?

By Maggie Miller [Note: This is the 3rd piece in a series about the Denison social scene. Post 1. Post 2.] In our first two posts of our OneTwentySeven Moonies investigation, we have established that the Denison student body is not overwhelmingly positive towards the Moonies and that the opening of the Moonies in the…

How Did the Moonies Gap Affect Denison Drinking?

By Maggie Miller [Note: This is part 2 in a series about social culture at Denison. Part 1] In my recent post on OneTwentySeven, we took a trip down memory lane of the last three and ½ years of Denison social culture and arrived in the Fall of 2019 with the introduction of the Moonies….

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…