When DU plays OWU in men’s lacrosse, it usually goes right down to the wire, and the 2014 meeting was no exception. Denison won by one goal, and we have exciting video highlights.
The next issue of Denison Magazine explores the realities of Alzheimer’s disease and the alumni fighting it first-hand. Writer David Zivan ’88 shows us what it looks like in person.
While many spring breakers across the nation were beach bound, the Burpee’s Seedy Theatrical Company headed for stages in the Windy City.
The Denison calendar gets extra packed with events in April — so much so that it’s tough to keep up. We don’t want you to miss anything, so here’s a look at what’s going on this weekend.
Denison grad coaches in NCAA Championship game
John Robic, Denison class of 1986, is on his way to his fourth national championship game Monday night in Dallas as assistant coach of the Kentucky Wildcats, and we’ll be cheering him on.
Grammy-winner Bobby McFerrin shares the stage with Denison students and faculty in a two-night performance that wasn’t really a performance at all.
Two Denison seniors capped their illustrious swimming careers with individual championships at this year’s NCAA Nationals.
A celebration of spring gets off to a chilly start, but the warm weather is coming. We swear.
Ronneberg Lecture guest Kristy Crooks talks with students about real world careers in genetics.
Ladies’ Night Out plays the Nationwide Arena—and helps raise money for the fight against pediatric cancer.
They came. They saw. They led.
Twenty students were honored for making a lasting impact on Denison during their time on the Hill.
The Black Student Union offers campus a look at painful U.S. history—and a beautiful culture.