Denison in the Blogosphere (8/9/12)

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We’re always hunting down interesting Denison-related content on the interwebs, and, periodically, we share the best of this content with you on TheDEN. In today’s set of summer links, a new mother is featured on a reality show, a few members of the Venture Philanthropy Club express their thoughts, and the softball team has a little fun on the road.


Denison softball vs. Harvard baseball

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You may have seen Harvard’s baseball players show off their best dance moves to the tune of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.” Not to be outdone, Denison’s softball team decided to challenge Harvard with their own creative choreography. The video begins with Carly Rae Jepsen but these road warriors quickly transition to One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.”


Grant money + great people = social change

Venture Philanthropy Club
Three VPC summer fellows spent the the last few months reading and reflecting about social change—and blogging about their findings. Peter Hurford ’14, Sahila Jorapur ’15, and Kate Kloster ’13 pumped out quite a few posts on a range of disciplines including philanthropy, leadership, management, development, entrepreneurship, and psychology.


Beverly Hills Nannies

Chic Galleria
Marika Tsircou ’94 is one of the featured mothers on ABC Family’s new reality show “Beverly Hills Nannies.” As the title suggests, the show follows families living in Beverly Hills and focuses on interactions with their nannies. In her interview with Chic Galleria, Tsircou talks about cameras being in her home, her love of art, and she gives a few tips to all the new mothers out there.

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