Academics & Research
A group of Summer Scholars ask: Is full employment really possible?
One summer scholar is finding that M*A*S*H can teach us plenty about history and war — but there’s a lot to learn about gender roles, too. Take, for example, “Hot Lips” Houlihan …
The Reynolds Young Writers Workshop took place last week, and this year’s group had a special guest—a student who traveled more than 8,000 miles to be here.
Finals week has begun. Here’s your guide to some highlighted activities and opportunities.
They came. They saw. They led.
Twenty students were honored for making a lasting impact on Denison during their time on the Hill.
Professors of the future
Denison welcomes the newest group of tenured faculty. When you see these folks on campus, don’t forget to say congrats!
Rethinking global education
Denison President Adam Weinberg believes that a global education is imperative for the future of America’s students, but he’s worried that the country is going about it in the wrong way.
How to seek revenge with success
The Department of Theatre presents “Malvolio,” a new play by Playwright-in-Residence Betty Shamieh.
Calling on future leaders
Former presidential candidate Gov. Jon Huntsman calls upon America’s future leaders to make change.
The frog scientist
Tyrone Hayes, a biologist from UC Berkley, shares his personal story—and some public health concerns.
The reality of Baker Street
What Sherlock Holmes, Dear Watson, and their shared turf on Baker Street can teach us about the liberal arts experience.
You think flash mobs are a relatively new phenomenon? Think again.