Ephemeris, the Classical Journal of Denison University, is published once a year and seeks to offer an opportunity for those interested in Classical Studies to publish their scholarly work in an undergraduate forum. It promotes the coming together of history, literature, philosophy, religion, art, and architecture in a way that is both analytical and creative. As is an objective of the Classical Studies department, Ephemeris fosters an attitude about and an appreciation for criticism and interpretation of the classical civilizations.
The Denison Journal of the Geosciences (GeoJournal) is written and edited by the students and faculty of the Department of Geology and Geography. The Geosciences Journal is intended as a means of communicating various topics in the geosciences and providing a medium for presenting student research to audiences outside the department.
Collage is an interdisciplinary magazine designed to explore the poetry
of language and the visual arts. Submissions may include original
poetry, short prose, and bilingual translations.
Episteme is a student-run journal that aims to
recognize and encourage excellence in undergraduate philosophy by providing
examples of some of the best work currently being done in undergraduate
philosophy programs. Episteme is published under the auspices of
The Denison Journal of Religion is published annually by the Department of Religion. A goal of the journal is to have Denison students speaking to their Denison colleagues about issues of religion. All articles are written by Denison students, and students from any department are encouraged to submit appropriate work to it. The content is academic discourse which promotes and encourages community dialogue, so that the journal can be a medium for intellectual reflection on religion for the entire Denison community.
Prologue is an annual journal of academic essays created to showcase first-year writing at Denison. The journal provides many of these students with the opportunity to have their works published for the first time.