Academics & Research
It’s possible to bring many species — or their very close cousins — back from extinction, but is it the right thing to do?
There’s birth, there’s death, and then there’s everything in the middle. Middletown, Denison Theatre’s recent production, explores life in between it’s two most defining moments.
Rebecca Achtman’s research has shown that video games are better for you than you think.
Cartoonist Alison Bechdel came to campus and got students to think about the many ways stories can be told.
What poetry is
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine gives aspiring writers some advice for a life well led.
Congress on campus
Two former U.S. Congressmen showed up in a few political science classes to give students an inside look at a life of public service.
It starts with an idea
Students participating in this year’s social entrepreneurship workshop came up with some creative solutions to some very real problems.
A partnership with The Works and an internship in Joe Reczek’s lab are educating the next generation of scientists.
A detailed history
Ellen Reid ’15 combines her love of art and French history to create a graphic novel.
Yes, another story about the Royal Baby …
… but this is no fairy tale.
What’s in a number?
Al Weik ’14 has spent his summer counting and studying shells to show the impact humans have had on the natural world.
Denison Scholars thrive on campus. That’s the headline on a new article in the Posse Boston Quarterly.