A group of Summer Scholars ask: Is full employment really possible?
As the world celebrates the birthday of Nelson Mandela, Professor Emeritus Ron Santoni, in this opinion piece, urges us not to become complacent but to use the lessons Mandela taught us to evoke real change.
In her new book, Andrea Ruehrwein Raynor ’83 recalls the moment she realized she was on the right life path—a path that had taken her by surprise.
Anneka Buehler ’13 and her dad, Mark Buehler ’80, document their father-daughter journey from Chapel Walk to their home in California — and Roundel magazine went along for the ride.
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 …
NPR’s “All Things Considered” takes notice of Steven Clark, valedictorian of Urban Prep Academy in Chicago and a member of Denison’s incoming Class of 2018.
A summer in Senegal
Grace Bachmann ’17 is spending her summer working to bring clean water to a remote village in Senegal thanks to a Davis Project for Peace prize.
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.
Every summer, the Organizational Studies Program sends students across the country — and now, across the ocean — to study organizations from the inside out.
Not easy being green
The original Denison environmental studies majors were back on campus recently. They reminisced about digging in dumpsters for recyclable materials (they were that dedicated!) and starting a lasting legacy on the Hill.
Men’s lacrosse coach Mike Caravana earns national Coach of the Year recognition from Lacrosse Magazine.
We’re so glad you’re here
There is no summertime relaxing going on around campus. Last week we welcomed the first group of June-O students. And more are set to arrive throughout the month.