What Are You Doing This Weekend?

What are YOU doing this weekend?

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.

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What Are You Doing This Weekend?

What are YOU doing this weekend?
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. (Apr. 11, 2014)


Top chefs
A crowd at Curtis Veggie tested the cooking skills of students last week. (Apr. 9, 2014)


Sing-a-long songs
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. (Apr. 2, 2014)


We believe!
A celebration of spring gets off to a chilly start, but the warm weather is coming. We swear. (Mar. 28, 2014)


Genetic information
Ronneberg Lecture guest Kristy Crooks talks with students about real world careers in genetics. (Mar. 27, 2014)


History lesson
The Black Student Union offers campus a look at painful U.S. history—and a beautiful culture. (Mar. 13, 2014)

A Day of Thought and Inspiration

A day of thought and inspiration
TEDxDenisonU speakers share their ideas of “Real Utopias.” (Mar. 5, 2014)


Ideas worth spreading
Denison offers a TEDx program focusing on this year’s campus theme. (Feb. 28, 2014)

Bluegrass Festival

Breaking out the banjo
The 10th annual Bluegrass Festival had them dancing in the aisles. (Feb. 18, 2014)


A calling and a career
How to balance a writer’s life with a career when they’re not exactly one and the same. (Feb. 14, 2014)


‘Sempre avanti’
Students and alumni collected well wishes from near and far for Denison’s swimming and diving teams, hosts of the NCAC Championships in Granville. (Feb. 13, 2014)


Remembering David Hallman ’14
The Denison community mourns the loss of a beloved friend. (Feb. 9, 2014)


Hot Jazz
The Julian Lage Trio warms up for their performance in Swasey. (Feb. 7, 2014)


Farewell to a legend
The Denison and Granville communities gathered to say goodbye to Coach Ted Barclay. (Feb. 6, 2014)


Call and response
Denison’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration reminded us that King’s dream has yet to be fulfilled—and that it’s up to us to continue dreaming. (Jan. 28, 2014)

Spring is Here

Spring is here! No, seriously.
A look—in photos—at the start of spring semester. (Jan. 21, 2014)


When the students are away…
Dear Students: Please come back. It seems we’re going a little stir crazy without you. (Jan. 10, 2014)


Bring on 2014
A look at the semester ahead. (Jan. 2, 2014)


Happy holidays
Wishing you and yours the best and brightest. (Dec. 23, 2013)


Hittin’ the books
Things just got awfully quiet around here. (Dec. 17, 2013)


Eat it up
A “Happy Thanksgiving” from our family to yours. (Nov. 27, 2013)


Change starts here
Members of the Great Lakes Colleges Association gathered at Denison for the GLCA Students of Color Leadership Conference — and they walked away with real plans to make a difference. (Nov. 25, 2013)

Less Stress

Less stress
Sometimes all you need to fight the stresses of everyday life are a few deep breaths and the occasional piglet. (Nov. 12, 2013)


A sneak peek
Check out this video highlighting tonight’s Vail Series performers. (Nov. 5, 2013)


It was ‘alright’
More than 1,500 students showed up in the Mitchell Center on D-Day for headliners Hoodie Allen and Matt and Kim. A look at the day of music in photos. (Oct. 30, 2013)


‘The Single Wing and a Prayer’
An inside look at the legendary offense that will forever be linked to the Big Red football program and legendary coach Keith Piper. (Oct. 28, 2013)


Inauguration celebration
On a gorgeous fall day in Granville, as Denison inaugurated Adam Weinberg as its 20th president, the community welcomed him and offered words of advice. (Oct. 23, 2013)


They’ve done it again
More than 300 students get together to announce this year’s D-Day performers—and they do it in song. (Oct. 16, 2013)

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The heritage
As the college celebrates the Presidential Inauguration of Adam Weinberg, we look back on an inaugural pageant in 1927 that captures the familiar beauty of an October day on the hill. (Oct. 11, 2013)

What A Weekend

What a weekend!
Big Red Weekend was a heck of a good time—and it helped that Denison dominated on the athletic fields. (Oct. 7, 2013)


A big start to Big Red Weekend
Denison welcomed parents, alumni, family and friends for a fun fall weekend on campus. (Oct. 4, 2013)


Found lives
Forgotten photographs inspire a documentary about the lives of real people, and the town where they live. (Oct. 2, 2013)


Rockin’ that cello
A conversation with the members of ETHEL, who gave the first Vail Series performance of the year on Friday in Swasey. (Sep. 27, 2013)

A Denison student discusses her work with eco-entrepreneur Majora Carter, who presented "Real Utopias: From Dreams to Practice" in Swasey last night as part of the Spectrum Series.

Dreams can come true
Majora Carter, the first speaker in this year’s Spectrum Series, showed Denison that utopias really are possible. (Sep. 13, 2013)

Has anyone seen the zumba table?

Has anyone seen the Zumba table?
The annual Involvement Fair gives students the opportunity to check out campus organizations — from the newly established to those groups that have been around for generations. (Sep. 6, 2013)


Get your move on
Every semester begins with the long schlep from the car to your dorm room—at least MP3s have lightened that load. (Aug. 30, 2013)


So, what’s new?
A guide to all the latest around campus (Aug. 29, 2013)

Let's Get Started

Let’s get started
Today sophomores, juniors, and seniors are descending on campus, but for the last three days this place belonged solely to the first-year students as they participated in Aug-O, which began with their official Induction Ceremony. (Aug. 28, 2013)


Rude awakening
A black and white yearbook photo brings back a fall morning on the East quad almost forty years ago. (Aug. 23, 2013)


Dressing down and gettin’ down
Who would have thought that freedom once took the form of Bermuda shorts? (Aug. 2, 2013)


Our driveway
Ever wonder how the “Main Drag” came to be? Seems that Denison landmark was the idea of one clever man. (Jul. 19, 2013)


A new home at the Homestead
Students, alumni, staff and others are working hard at the Homestead this summer to build Cabin 6—the newest addition to the “living experiment.” (Jul. 8, 2013)


They’ve arrived
Last week, Dr. Adam Weinberg became Denison’s 20th president. A Big Red welcome to the Weinberg family. (Jul. 1, 2013)

Dale & Tina Knobel

It’s the people
President and Mrs. Knobel officially retire on June 30. The Denison community shares a few memories as they bid them farewell. (Jun. 28, 2013)

How Can They Keep From Singing?

How can they keep from singing?
Dr. William Osborne and his Denison Singers marked yet another triumphant return to Granville, making music and making merry as only they can. (Jun. 26, 2013)

The Little Things

The little things
Alumni often notice how much has changed since graduation when they come back for Reunion Weekend—but they also notice that some things never change. (Jun. 5, 2013)

Easy Rider

Easy rider
Folks are arriving for Reunion by plane, train, and automobile, but Cam Shuford ’63 pedaled his way to Denison. (May. 31, 2013)

Home Sweet Home

Home sweet home
Reunion Weekend 2013 kicks off today with the arrival of the Class of 1963. Let’s get this party started. (May. 30, 2013)

Carol of the Bells

Carol of the bells
Six new bells in the Swasey bell tower will make campus a lot more musical. (May. 29, 2013)

Commencement 2013

Let the mortarboards fly
The Class of 2013 learned a lot here — from critical thinking to the reasons why our seemingly odd choice in an unofficial mascot makes perfect sense. (May. 15, 2013)

And Away They Go

And away they go
It’s hard to say goodbye, but at least the Class of 2013 had fun in the process. (May. 10, 2013)

The End of the Knobel Era

The end of the Knobel era
This summer, the Denison community will bid farewell to retiring President Dale Knobel and his wife, Tina, after 15 years of leadership. (May. 7, 2013)

Members of the Berry and Nance Dance Project, including Stafford Berry, assistant professor of dance (center), performed last Friday as part of Africa Moves!

Africa Moves!
Artists gathered in Ace Morgan Theatre last week to celebrate the world of African dance, from traditional forms to pieces that explored some current—and complex—issues. (May. 1, 2013)

Vote of Confidence

Vote of confidence
Meet Ana Morales ’14 and Hung Tran ’15, the newly elected president and vice president of Denison’s student government. (Apr. 29, 2013)

The Portrait of a President

The portrait of a president
The Presidents’ Room in the library holds the portraits of Denison’s leaders throughout history. Last week, Dale Knobel took his place among them. (Apr. 25, 2013)

Home of the Big Red

Home of the Big Red
With the dedication of the Mitchell Center, alumnus Lou Mitchell’s dream officially came true. (Apr. 24, 2013)

Olympia Snowe spoke to a crowd in Swasey as part of the Richard G. Lugar Symposium in Public Policy, named for former Senator Richard Lugar '54, who joined her on stage.

Meeting in the middle
Former Senator Olympia Snowe urges voters and politicians to remember that “compromise” is not a dirty word. (Apr. 23, 2013)


The big leagues
The women’s rugby club took on some major college competition in the national tournament, eventually advancing to the Elite 8. But this is no “David-and-Goliath” story. (Apr. 22, 2013)

A Life's Work on Death Row

A life’s work on death row
Sister Helen Prejean, human rights activist and author of Dead Man Walking, brings lessons from death row to Denison. (Apr. 12, 2013)


Soprano Jessye Norman’s Vail performance wraps the season and Lorraine Wales’ extraordinary 34-year directorship on the perfect note. (Apr. 9, 2013)

Drew Johnson '14

Novel ink
Students in Introduction to Printmaking learn a lot about techniques, but they learn even more about themselves in the process. (Apr. 2, 2013)

The (Not So) Abominable Snowman

The (Not So) Abominable Snowman
Last night’s snowstorm didn’t keep everyone indoors. Some ventured out and made a new friend. (Mar. 25, 2013)

Huffman Hall

Waiting for Huffman
While Huffman Dining Hall is closed for extensive renovations, here’s the low-down on keeping up your calorie count during the final push of the semester. (Mar. 20, 2013)

In Search Of Direction

In search of direction
A behind-the-scenes look at the dramatic production of “The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.” (Mar. 13, 2013)

Modern Maestros

Modern maestros
Every two years, the sounds of innovative musicians fill classrooms and performance spaces as the Tutti New Music Festival takes up residence on campus. (Mar. 7, 2013)

Honoring Leadership

Lauding leadership
Recognizing the Class of 2013’s Distinguished Leaders for being among the best of the best, and for making the most of their time at Denison. (Mar. 5, 2013)

Chad Kosanovich '13 in his very specific warm-up gear: faded green Umbro shorts and an animal shirt

It’s all in the details
Sometimes winning is about more than physical training. Sometimes it all comes down to having the right socks. (Feb. 20, 2013)

Love Is In The Air

Love is in the air
There are a million ways to say I love you. Here’s a student video that proves it. (Feb. 14, 2013)

Frosty Fun

Frosty fun
A week of winter entertainment included hot cocoa, ice sculptors, psychics, and a dance. (Feb. 12, 2013)

And the winners are ...

And the winners are …
The top three designs in the Denison Magazine cover contest are revealed. (Feb. 6, 2013)

The British are coming

The British are coming
The Vail Series presents the BBC Concert Orchestra and conductor Keith Lockhart. (Jan. 31, 2013)

Learning From Dr. King … And One Another

Learning from Dr. King … and one another
On Monday, students, faculty and alumni joined their hearts and voices in the spirit of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Jan. 22, 2013)

King On The HIll

The courage to create a just world
In the 45th year after his death, the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lives on. (Jan. 18, 2013)

Spring Renewal

Spring renewal
It’s the start of spring semester, and we put together a photo gallery to mark the occasion. (Jan. 14, 2013)


Need a resolution?
Here’s some inspiration: DU students volunteer tens of thousands of hours in the community every year. (Jan. 3, 2013)

'Tis The Season

’Tis the season
Enjoy an image gallery highlighting some of the holiday cheer we’ve spotted across campus and down in the village. (Dec. 20, 2012)

Luck Of The Draw

Luck of the draw
Like poker? Like word games? Then this duo of alumni brothers has the perfect game for you. (Nov. 30, 2012)

Nice To Meet You, Dr. Weinberg

Nice to meet you, Dr. Weinberg
Denison’s next president received a warm reception as he was formally introduced to the campus community. (Nov. 14, 2012)

Walking In Circles

Walk in peace
A recently completed labyrinth encourages people to walk while they think—and think while they walk. (Nov. 7, 2012)

Denison's Next President

Denison’s next president
Dr. Adam Weinberg will become Denison’s 20th president on July 1, 2013. (Nov. 1, 2012)

All Dressed Up

All dressed up
Happy Halloween! We asked a few people around campus about their costume plans. (Oct. 31, 2012)

The Calm Before The Storm

The calm before the storm
With Hurricane Sandy all over the news, we take a look at much more pleasant weather from the past few weeks. (Oct. 29, 2012)

Hot Jazz On A Cool Night

Hot jazz on a cool night
Chucho Valdés brings the heat of Cuban nights and Latin jazz to Swasey. (Oct. 25, 2012)

Heavenly Haiti

Heavenly Haiti
Eat Good. Do Good. As part of a special week exploring and celebrating Haiti, you can have your Whit’s frozen custard (almost) guilt-free. (Oct. 23, 2012)

Drum Roll Please ...

Drum roll please …
DCGA has chosen this year’s D-Day performer, and they created a lip dub video to share the announcement. (Oct. 22, 2012)


The Department of Theatre turns to a classic in its latest production, “A Streetcar Named Desire.” (Oct. 9, 2012)

Water World

Water world
The brand new Trumbull Aquatics Center made a big splash during its Big Red Weekend debut. (Oct. 3, 2012)

It's Big Red Weekend!

It’s Big Red Weekend!
There’s a lot to do and see on campus, as parents, alumni, friends, faculty and students all gather up at the same time. (Sep. 27, 2012)

Our Pal Hal

Our pal Hal
Hal Holbrook ’48 entertained a rapt Denison crowd with intimate stories from his life, career and college days. (Sep. 25, 2012)

Beck's Big Year Gets Underway

Beck begins
Author Pam Houston ’83 returns to campus for a reading that celebrates 50 years of the Beck Lecture Series. (Sep. 18, 2012)

Music Mojo

Musical mojo
It was one of those ridiculously perfect Denison moments: a cellist, blue skies, and a thousand chocolate chip cookies. (Sep. 14, 2012)

We Got The Gold

Ebaugh’s golden
Denison’s revamped Ebaugh Laboratories scores a gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. (Sep. 13, 2012)

C Is For Cookie

C is for cookie
The Spectrum Series opened with a visit from a trio of Sesame Street panelists and a very blue, very furry friend. (Sep. 7, 2012)

Open Sesame

Open Sesame
Members of the Sesame Workshop explore creativity and courage in Denison’s first convocation of the year. (Sep. 5, 2012)

Living The Green Life

Living the green life
An ambitious new sustainability program has been planted at Denison and it’s already growing strong. (Sep. 4, 2012)

Something For Everyone

Something for everyone
The Academic Quad was booming as students participated in the annual Involvement Fair. (Aug. 31, 2012)

Oh, What A Night

Oh, what a night
During last week’s induction ceremony, the Class of 2016 was encouraged to work together, but also shine as individuals. (Aug. 29, 2012)

Sweet ’16

Sweet ’16
Presto chango: Watch 632 first-year students become 16 right before your very eyes. (Aug. 24, 2012)

Welcome Home

Welcome home
The Class of 2016 is officially on campus and we have a photo gallery to prove it. (Aug. 23, 2012)

A Little Boost for the Roost

A little boost for the Roost
Slayter’s third floor got a fresh new look, and the painters had a good time on the job. (Aug. 13, 2012)

Derecho Damage

Derecho damage
A severe storm hit campus just before the Fourth of July. Here’s a photo gallery of the aftermath. (Jul. 25, 2012)

Goodbye Sunsets, Hello Presidents

Goodbye Sunsets, hello presidents
When the four apartment-style residence halls on Sunset Hill open for students this fall, each will have a venerable name over the doors. (Jul. 24, 2012)

Mathematically Bent

Knot happening
More than 100 mathematics undergraduates and faculty from across the states gathered in anticipation for a little-known phenomenon—mathematical dinner theater. (Jul. 20, 2012)

Hot Off The Press

Hot off the press
Denison Magazine is making its way to you. Here’s a look at what you’ll find inside. (Jun. 28, 2012)

Home Again

Home again
A recent Homestead reunion coincided with an effort to digitize and archive its 35 years of history. (Jun. 18, 2012)


Back in action
More than 1,100 people showed up on the Hill for Reunion Weekend 2012. Check out the video and photos and see how it all went down. (Jun. 8, 2012)

Smart Start

Smart start
The Class of 2016 has started to trickle onto campus for June-O. Check out some photos as students and parents begin to get acquainted with living and learning on “the Hill.” (Jun. 5, 2012)

And Away We Go …

And away we go …
Campus is all dressed up and ready to boogie … now the alumni are arriving and the party has started. (Jun. 1, 2012)

Nine By Nine

Nine by nine
Senior interns have curated their own exhibition from a fascinating sampling of the Denison Museum’s collections. (May. 29, 2012)

'Make It Count'

‘Make it count’
A record crowd of more than 5,000 parents, friends and family joined in celebrating the graduation of 513 members of the Denison class of 2012. (May. 16, 2012)

Just Can't Say Enough About Dee

Just can’t say enough about Dee
New Denison graduate Dee Salukombo is back in the news as he leaves Granville to serve in his homeland in Africa. (May. 14, 2012)

Bricks and Mortar

Bricks and mortar
Everything’s taking shape at two important expansion and renovation projects. See how Mitchell and Chamberlin are coming right along. (May. 11, 2012)

Lightning Strikes Twice

Lightning strikes twice
Denison’s men’s and women’s lacrosse squads both earned dramatic overtime victories in the the opening round of the NCAA Championships. (May. 10, 2012)

Where Exploration Begins

Where the exploration begins
The seniors who work in Career Exploration and Development share their post-graduation plans. (May. 7, 2012)

Doctor, Speaker, Difference Maker

Doctor, teacher, difference maker
Ellen Gould Chadwick ’75, this year’s commencement speaker, helps children with HIV from around the world. (May. 4, 2012)

Every year at about this time, there's a bit of a shift in the Denison atmosphere. Today is the last day of classes, and for the rest of this week and next, students take all that learning they did throughout the semester and apply it to final exams, papers, and projects. So instead of seeing them rush from class to class, you're more likely to see sleepy students hunkered down over laptops writing or studying, perfecting the last strokes on a final art project, or in the lab wrapping up their work.  At the end of next week, it'll all be over, and the students will be off on other adventures. The seniors will start preparing for graduation (May 13) and life after Denison. The rest of the students will head home for the summer or embark on summer internships. Some will hang out on the Hill to continue their studies through summer research projects. Our advice to them? Don't forget to rest, because on August 27 at 8:30 a.m., it'll start all over again.

School’s (almost) out for summer
Caution: students at work. Today marks the last day of classes and exams are right around the corner. (Apr. 30, 2012)

One Win, Two Trophies

One win, two trophies
With a perfect league record, the men’s lacrosse team has secured its second straight NCAC title … and added a newly minted trophy for good measure. (Apr. 25, 2012)

Denison's Tallest Residents

Denison’s tallest residents
Maybe you’ve walked right by them, or maybe you’ve stopped to notice, but the trees here are gorgeous. Now this Tree Campus USA has an arboretum. (Apr. 24, 2012)

President Dale Knobel shares his very personal thoughts and values in the Very Room of the Open House.

What matters to me, and why
President Knobel wraps up a successful personal dialogue series sponsored by the Open House. (Apr. 20, 2012)


Student dancers spring into action in their latest performance, featuring pieces by three different choreographers. (Apr. 19, 2012)

One Day Without Shoes

One day without shoes
Denison students ditched their shoes to help raise awareness for children in need throughout the world. (Apr. 17, 2012)

Knight Class

Knight class
Before they brought down the house at Swasey, members of The Knights orchestra shared some insights with student musicians. (Apr. 11, 2012)

First Friday, this Friday

First Friday, this Friday
Feeling a little stressed about that test? Here’s a way to start the weekend off right. (Apr. 4, 2012)

Hail the Conquering Heroes

Hail the conquering heroes!
Watch the campus celebration rally in honor of the men’s swimming and diving team, which recently captured its second consecutive NCAA Division III national championship. (Mar. 29, 2012)

Bird in charge

Bird in charge
The Buzzard recently crashed a Reunion 2012 planning meeting and really put his claw down. (Mar. 21, 2012)

McChrystal Commands Swasey

McChrystal commands Swasey stage
Retired General Stanley McChrystal spoke at Swasey about what he learned during his 30 years in the U.S. Army. (Mar. 21, 2012)

Spring Awakening

Spring awakening
It’s the first day of spring and it seems the whole campus is outside and enjoying the beautiful weather. (Mar. 20, 2012)

Marc Anderson '07 and Julie Black '05 (front) were among a panel of alumni invited to speak to students by professor Sue Davis (rear) and the political science department.

Sound advice for career planning
Four recent alumni return to campus to share stories and lessons with current political science majors. (Mar. 14, 2012)

It's A Google World

It’s a Google world
The folks in ITS have been busy as bees, and, as a result, we’re more synched, collaborative, and on-the-go than ever before. (Mar. 13, 2012)

To Chardon, With Love

To Chardon, with love
In a student-organized event, Denisonians gathered on campus for a night of heartfelt music and fun for a very good cause. (Mar. 12, 2012)

Distinguished Denisonians

Senior sensations
Twenty-five celebrated students were recognized for their commitment to excellence and leadership. (Mar. 9, 2012)

Where's your nook?

Where’s your nook?
Students tell us about their favorite places to hit the books. (Mar. 8, 2012)

Research incubation, defense strategy, venture capitalism—if it has to do with cutting edge technology, Sergei Kanareykin '03 has probably had his hands in it. The Boston-based alum was on campus yesterday talking with math and computer science majors about the many possibilities students have after their time at Denison. Since graduation, Kanareykin has served as the chief technical officer of the Center for Advanced Defense Studies, the deputy managing director of Oxantium Ventures, and CEO of Make a Mind Company, a technology incubator.

Techno talent
Sergey Kanareykin ’03 talked with math and computer science majors about his many pursuits in various fields of technology. (Mar. 8, 2012)

Perennial Bluegrass

Perennial bluegrass
The eighth annual Denison Bluegrass Festival’s “high lonesome sound” warmed a February weekend. (Feb. 13, 2012)

Performance Plus

Performance plus
Dancer Dada Masilo did even more than stage her U.S. debut at Swasey. She also brought her insight and experience into classrooms across the campus. (Feb. 10, 2012)

So You Think You Can dance?

So you think you can dance?
Dada Masilo’s Vail Series performance on Friday—her American premiere—will fuse classical ballet and African dance. (Jan. 30, 2012)

Tonight's The Night

Tonight’s the night
After 50 years of service, historic Gregory Pool hosts its final intercollegiate swimming and diving meet. (Jan. 27, 2012)

Defying the Distance

Defying the distance
On Monday, the campus community celebrated the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. through a series of “teach-ins.” (Jan. 25, 2012)

A New Way to Celebrate King Day

A new way to celebrate King Day
The college’s annual celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. takes a new form this year. (Jan. 19, 2012)

They're Back!

They’re back!
Today is the first day of classes, and next Monday is Denison’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Jan. 16, 2012)


Great folks and great folk music
Every Wednesday, local musicians gather in a circle at Slayter and fill the air with bluegrass. (Jan. 12, 2012)

Glory Days

Glory days
It’s been quite a year for the Big Red varsity sports teams, and 2011 may well have been the “Best. Year. Ever.” (Dec. 28, 2011)

Home For The Holidays

Home for the holidays
Monomoy Place, pretty as a picture, is all dressed up for Christmas. (Dec. 21, 2011)

The Library Gets All Warm And Fuzzy

The library gets all warm and fuzzy
Students took a break from their studies with some four-legged friends. (Dec. 20, 2011)

Seven Days Of Denison

Seven days of Denison
As 2011 draws to a close, enjoy a look back at scenes from the spring and fall semesters. (Dec. 15, 2011)

100 Years Of Phi Beta Kappa

100 years of Phi Beta Kappa
Denison’s chapter of the nation’s premier academic honorary society held a birthday party on campus to celebrate both its first century and its next one. (Dec. 14, 2011)

Skeletons In The Room

Skeletons in the room
Paleontologist Donald Johanson talks with students and faculty about “Lucy,” a hominid skeleton about 3.2 million years old. (Dec. 9, 2011)

What's Keeping You Busy?

What’s keeping you busy?
With two weeks left in the semester, we talked to students to see what’s on their to-do lists. (Dec. 8, 2011)

In This Issue ...

In this issue …
Denison Magazine should be making its way to readers in the coming weeks. Here’s what’s in store. (Dec. 7, 2011)

Baby, They Were Down

Baby, they were down
Re-live the annual D-Day concert. In 145 seconds. (Dec. 1, 2011)

Write On

Write on
The pure joy of putting words on a page gets a crazy boost in November as aspiring writers take on the NaNoWriMo Challenge. (Nov. 28, 2011)

The Truth about Tryptophan

The truth about tryptophan
Professor Susan Kennedy talks turkey about tryptophan, the naturally occurring chemical that allegedly causes comatose behavior on Thanksgiving evening. (Nov. 23, 2011)

Last month, the DU Art Collective got busy with campus and area community members at the Bryant Arts Center to make a big bunch of lovely handcrafted bowls. This afternoon in the Welsh Hills Room, all those vessels were sold (complete with some tasty soup) to raise money for the Licking County Food Pantry in recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

Filling empty bowls
The art and craft of helping to feed the hungry. (Nov. 17, 2011)

Fields of Gold

Fields of gold
Tying Denison’s all-time record for wins, the field hockey team brought home plenty of hardware this season. (Nov. 14, 2011)

Guitar Heros

Guitar heroes
Six-string virtuosos Romero Lubambo and Julian Lage rocked out Burke Recital Hall as part of the 15th Annual Jazz Guitar Festival. (Nov. 10, 2011)


A Titanic scientist
Bob Ballard in class and on stage, talking with students about science, technology and discovery on a legendary scale. (Nov. 9, 2011)

Bludgers, Quaffles, And A Snitch

Bludgers, quaffles, and a snitch
Quidditch is not just for Harry Potter fans anymore. The newly minted sport has found a fanatical following among folks of all ages and inclinations, from wizards to squibs. (Nov. 8, 2011)

Tea Time

Tea time
Last weekend, 75 people gathered at Burke auditorium to witness an intimate Japanese ritual not often open to the public. (Nov. 4, 2011)

The Quietest Place On The Hill

The quietest place on the hill
Come with us for a special Halloween show-and-tell featuring our College Cemetery. (Oct. 31, 2011)

Performing With Greatness

Sharing the stage with the masters
Munich Symphony Orchestra, Gloriae Dei Cantores Choir and Denison Chamber Singers create musical magic. (Oct. 28, 2011)

Pumpkin Pi

Pumpkin pi
Math students did a little pumpkin carving and the results were not your typical jack-o-lanterns. (Oct. 27, 2011)

Turn, Turn, Turn

Turn, turn, turn
The beautiful backdrop of fall on the hill. (Oct. 26, 2011)

Celebrating Science

Celebrating science
The new Ebaugh Laboratories is formally dedicated, and chemistry at Denison will never be the same. (Oct. 17, 2011)

I Never, Ever, Ever In My Life Intended To Go Into Politics …

‘I never, ever, ever in my life intended to go into politics …’
He may not have intended to live a political life, but James Baker III had plenty of stories to share, as well as insight into the current state of the country. (Oct. 14, 2011)

It Takes Just Four Weeks to Make A Family—And A Play

It takes just four weeks to make a family—and a play
Students and Vail guest artist Dale Shields create a family of friends and a fascinating original play in only 28 days. (Oct. 13, 2011)

Environmental Studies: It's An Art

Environmental studies: it’s an art
Abram Kaplan steps out of the classroom and into the Ohio farmscape. See how he documents his journey in a series of art installations on campus. (Oct. 7, 2011)

Déjà Yuja

Déjà Yuja
Renowned pianist Yuja Wang returns to Denison for the sixth time this Friday night, and we can’t wait. (Oct. 5, 2011)

The Lantern's Back

The lantern’s back!
With its win over conference rival Wooster last Saturday, the Big Red football team has reclaimed the historic Old Red Lantern trophy. (Oct. 4, 2011)

Not Your Typical Weekend

Not your typical weekend
Missing Big Red Weekend already? Couldn’t make it? Here’s a look at the big event in pictures. (Sep. 27, 2011)


A class act
During Big Red Weekend, the Varsity D Association inducted its class of 2011 into the Denison Athletic Hall of Fame. (Sep. 27, 2011)

It's What's for Dinner

It’s what’s for dinner
Eating your vegetables is more fun than ever as local foods shine in the dining halls. (Sep. 23, 2011)

The Hill Is Alive … With The Sound Of BRW

The Hill is alive … with the sound of BRW
Friends, parents, and alumni are making their way up The Drag for a weekend stuffed full of fun activities. (Sep. 23, 2011)

See You Next Summer, Summer!

See you next summer, summer!
It’s the last official day of summer, and although it was a hot season, Admissions found a way to make it cool. (Sep. 22, 2011)

Denison Museum's new director, Sherry Harlacher

Wood and (tea) leaves
A canoe. Buddhist prayer beads. Nesting tables. Visit the Denison Museum and see what they all have in common. (Sep. 15, 2011)

This weekend, Denisonians honored the losses of Sept. 11, 2001, with activities across the campus and beyond. Students cleaned up a section of the Licking River and tended the Community Gardens in Newark. They staffed a family night for the community, showing the movie Wall-E and worked with the Licking Memorial Hospital to provide free health screenings. And Sunday evening, at an interfaith service of healing and peace, Swasey Chapel echoed with the haunting music of a 60-person choir performing Gabriel Fauré's "Requiem," with solos provided by Denison faculty members Kevin N. Wines, Belinda Andrews-Smith and Andy Carlson.

Remembering 9/11
Marking the 10th anniversary of tragedy with community-building, service and song. (Sep. 12, 2011)

Spencer Wells, geneticist and Explorer-in-Residence for the National Geographic Society, reconnoitered our campus over the last couple of days. And while he saw a lot of the beautiful fall landscape, his real focus was on students. He brown-bagged a dinner with the Sustained Dialogue group, delivered a lecture to a packed Swasey Chapel, and dropped into a couple of classrooms. Here's Spencer (he asked us to call him that) in Nestor Matthew's Psych-370 class at 8:30 a.m. Friday morning.

‘Migrations’ kicks off with renowned geneticist
National Geographic explorer-in-residence spends a few days with students discussing the Genographic Project. (Sep. 9, 2011)

Red Lives Here

Red lives here
Big Red athletics have a fab new home online. DenisonBigRed.com is the place for all your game recaps, box scores, stats, video, and more. (Sep. 7, 2011)

Here's some pretty proof that the new natatorium project is coming right along—water! Even in advance of having four walls and a roof, they recently conducted testing for the water-tightness of the pool. (It passed.) We'll have another big milestone later this month when the steel structure of the building starts to go up around it. And the project is right on schedule to open in time for the fall 2012 semester.

Who needs a roof?
At the construction site near the Mitchell Center, it’s beginning to look a whole lot like a natatorium. (Sep. 5, 2011)

They Had Us At Hello

They had us at ‘hello’
With 175 student orgs on campus, there was something for everyone at Thursday’s Involvement Fair. (Sep. 2, 2011)

Watch This: DUbees Say Cheese

Watch this: A class on the move
We thought it was just going to be another big group photo. Instead, the Class of 2015 has provided 63 seconds of pure fun. (Aug. 30, 2011)

It's On!

It’s on!
Campus is buzzing as the first day of classes has everyone on the move. (Aug. 29, 2011)

Go Make a Movie!

‘Go make a movie!’
The Class of 2015 starts out with a charge to discover the power of their own magic. (Aug. 26, 2011)

Let The Games Begin

Let the games begin
Meet Denison alumna Nan Carney-DeBord ’80, who has begun her role as the college’s new director of athletics. (Aug. 23, 2011)

Hey 2015!

Hey 2015!
The first-year class will move in on Thursday. Here’s a look at our newest Denisonians. (Aug. 22, 2011)

A fervent DEN reader

It’s hard to believe TheDEN is turning one year old. We look back at an amazing year—and some of the prestigious awards the site has picked up along the way. (Aug. 8, 2011)

Bringing Science To The Light

Bringing science to the light
A sneak peek inside the startling new Ebaugh Labs. (And yes, students are actually calling it ‘Ebaughsome.’) (Aug. 4, 2011)


Return of the redheads
The Big Red football team will be a little more red this fall, sporting new uniforms that pay homage to Denison’s rich athletic traditions. (Jul. 27, 2011)

Family Ties

The human family tree
We gathered up to talk about human roots this week, in advance of geneticist Spencer Wells’ visit to campus this fall. (Jul. 22, 2011)

Hidden In Plain Sight: No Stone Left Unturned

Hidden in plain sight: no stone left unturned
What’s bigger than a breadbox, erudite, and looks like it might have been a prop from an episode of Lost? (Jul. 13, 2011)

2011 Athletic Director of the Year Larry Schiederer has guided the Denison athletic program for 20 years.

More hardware for the trophy case
Larry Scheiderer has been named Athletic Director of the Year by his colleagues for the second time in his 20-year career at Denison. (Jul. 7, 2011)

'The Denison Singers Turn Golden'

‘The Denison Singers Turn Golden’
Generations of Denison Singers alumni returned to Granville to celebrate the group’s 50th anniversary with a reunion concert—and much more. (Jun. 29, 2011)

Distinguished Denisonians

Distinguished Denisonians
The college honored several highly accomplished graduates with the prestigious Alumni Citation during Reunion Weekend. (Jun. 22, 2011)

‘There Is No Midlife Crisis Going On Here!’

‘There is no midlife crisis going on here!’
As June-O turns 40, a look at why it’s been so successful—and why getting to know their college early makes perfect sense for first-year students. (Jun. 20, 2011)

'Thank You for a Fabulous Weekend'

‘Thank you for a fabulous weekend’
A recap of Reunion 2011, in the words of those who took part. There are tons of great photos and now, ta da, VIDEO! (Jun. 6, 2011)

Reunion Weekend Is Here!

Reunion Weekend is here!
More than 1,200 people from a dozen classes, from 1936 through 2006, are celebrating their reunion this weekend. (Jun. 2, 2011)

Red Reign

Red reign
Make it a dozen—Big Red wins the NCAC All-Sports Championship (again). (May. 24, 2011)

Mark Heckmann '11

The things they’ll carry
The college’s newest graduates reflect on what they’ll take with them—and what they’ll leave behind. (May. 19, 2011)

You're Going to Love It

‘You are going to love it’
Rainy weather couldn’t put a damper on Sunday’s commencement exercises, which saw 478 members of the Class of 2011 join the Society of the Alumni. (May. 17, 2011)

A Moment To Look Back And Celebrate

A moment to look back … and celebrate
In advance of this Sunday’s Commencement, Posse Scholars gathered with faculty, friends, and Posse Foundation representatives to reflect on their four years at Denison. (May. 11, 2011)


David Bayley ’55 to speak at 170th Commencement
International criminal justice expert David Bayley ’55 will speak and receive an honorary doctorate at this year’s Commencement ceremony. (May. 10, 2011)

Deep Roots At Denison

The ties that bind
This spring, a dozen members of the Hundley family gathered to remember their ancestor, a former dean and professor, and the start of their long association with Denison. (May. 10, 2011)

Manny Horsford '13, Anna Farrell '13, and Nicki Jimenez '12 dig a permanent home outside Curtis Hall for one of the cherry trees planted on Monday. Matt Dunn, marketing manager for Sodexo, and Jeremy King, Denison’s sustainability coordinator, provided the trees, a couple of shovels, and some digging assistance.

Talk about eating local
Students will be able to pick their own healthy snacks when new cherry trees on campus begin to bear fruit. (May. 3, 2011)


Championship weekend
Denison’s highly successful varsity athletics program produced three more conference championship teams over the weekend. (May. 2, 2011)

CNN Coverage Of Global Events Includes Denison's East Quad

CNN coverage of global events includes Denison’s East Quad
An iReporter at Denison contributes to CNN’s coverage of the national reaction to recent events in Pakistan. (May. 2, 2011)


The Royal Wedding and … Denison?
Colleen Russo ’12 and other Denison students check in with E! News’ live coverage of the royal wedding. (Apr. 29, 2011)

The quintet of (L-R) Harry Brisson '11, Aaron Bennett '13, Simon Mont '11, Nathaniel Crawford '14, and Adam Safer '14 perform a new arrangement of the alma mater at the Academic Awards Convo.

‘To Denison’ like you’ve never heard it before
As his own graduating gift, Harry Brisson ’11 gives Denison a brand new arrangement of the dear old alma mater. (Apr. 28, 2011)

Earth Week In Motion

Earth Week in motion
Earth Week goes wild with film, music, dance, planting, blogging, even a Trashion Show. (Apr. 22, 2011)

Welcome, Madame Secretary

Welcome, Madame Secretary
Madeleine Albright’s day at Denison featured plenty of good conversations with students—and a buzzard-y brooch. (Apr. 21, 2011)

Nan Carney-DeBord '80 named Director of Athletics

Alumna named new director of athletics
Denison alumna Nan Carney-DeBord ’80 is set to take over as Denison’s director of athletics this summer. (Apr. 19, 2011)

They Came To Dance, Dance, Dance [FOLLOW-UP]

They came to dance, dance, dance [FOLLOW-UP]
Relive Friday’s flash mob on the Academic Quad. We’ve got video in all its groove-shakin’ glory. (Apr. 19, 2011)

They Came to Dance, Dance, Dance

They came to dance, dance, dance
News Flash(Mob): The A-Quad gets overrun by dancers. There will be video. (Apr. 15, 2011)

Now Hear This

Now hear this
George Spirou ’77 visits his alma mater and stimulates discussion about the brain. (Apr. 13, 2011)

Enchanting Theatre

Enchanting theatre
Hither and thither with the Singer’s Theatre Workshop’s production of “Iolanthe.” (Apr. 12, 2011)

They're Bendy

They’re bendy
Study break, a la Kenya Safari Acrobats. (Apr. 8, 2011)

Caterpiller Found In Library Divvied Up And Eaten

Caterpillar found in library divvied up and eaten
We browsed the library’s newest books on Friday—and then we ate them. (Apr. 5, 2011)

Learning From A Legend

Learning from a legend
Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussain chat with students at The Roost and tear it up in Swasey for this year’s Vail Series finale. (Apr. 5, 2011)

'This Team Will Never Be Forgotten'

‘This team will never be forgotten’
Sunshine and cheers on the quad today, as hundreds congratulated the men’s swimming and diving team—the 2011 NCAA National Champions. (Apr. 1, 2011)

Aasif Mandvi, correspondent on The Daily Show

And now, your moment of DEN
Aasif Mandvi, correspondent on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, plays to a packed house at Slayter. (Apr. 1, 2011)

The new water bottle filling station on the first floor of Barney-Davis

Fill it up
Now it’s ridiculously easy to NEVER buy bottled water again. (Mar. 31, 2011)


Big Red wins national title, ends rival’s historic 31-year streak
Men’s swimming and diving wins the NCAA championship in grand fashion, ending their rival’s historic 31-year championship run. (Mar. 28, 2011)

Hidden In Plain Sight

Hidden in plain sight (UPDATED)
Quiz Time: Do you recognize where we took this photo? (We have the answer…and a winner!) (Mar. 23, 2011)

Please, Mr. Postman

Please, Mr. Postman
This week hundreds of students will get the good news from the Admissions Office—they’re in! (Mar. 21, 2011)

Preston House Rules

Preston House rules
Language and culture rule at this res hall, where every day is global. (Mar. 18, 2011)

Gaga For Garbage

Gaga for garbage
Denison has a plan for improving its trash and recycling efforts, and Scott Barrett is the one to get it done. (Mar. 17, 2011)

Campus Interlude

Campus interlude
While most of the students are off in the world doing interesting stuff during Spring Break, the campus waits quietly. Really quietly. (Mar. 15, 2011)

'New' Music Rocks

‘New’ music rocks
The Tutti New Music Festival gave students a chance to work with one-on-one renowned artists. (Mar. 9, 2011)

Theatre As A Two-Way Street

Theatre as a two-way street
The Drowsy Chaperone hit Denison Theatre’s stage with glitz, glam, music—and a few tough issues to think about. (Feb. 28, 2011)

One Treed Hill

One treed hill
Denison has been awarded Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation. (Feb. 23, 2011)

The Correct Answer Is: 'Who Is Watson?'

The correct answer is: ‘Who is Watson?’
Grabbing a study break to watch Watson take down a couple of mere mortals on ‘Jeopardy!’ (Feb. 16, 2011)

Did the Groundhog Actually Get It Right?

Did the groundhog actually get it right? (UPDATED)
Believe it or not, there are already signs of spring on Denison’s campus. (Feb. 16, 2011)

Celebrating African Cultures

Celebrating African cultures
African Awareness Week gives students the opportunity to experience and celebrate the rich cultures and history of Africa. (Feb. 15, 2011)

Liberal Arts Grads Who Mean Business

Liberal arts grads who mean business
A winter break workshop explores the experiences of alumni entrepreneurs, and what the liberal arts had to do with their success. (Feb. 8, 2011)

Nadja Plays, Speaks, And Brings Down the House

Nadja plays and speaks–and brings down the house
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg gives a fiery Vail Series performance on a cold winter’s night. (Feb. 7, 2011)

Denison junior Jim Leffew hit the game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer versus Wabash on Thursday night.

Seven points in seven seconds
Junior point guard Jim Leffew scored seven of his 18 points in the final seven seconds to lift Denison over Wabash. (Feb. 5, 2011)

Serafina Nuzzo, a sophomore point guard from Western Springs, Ill.

Women’s hoops featured in Ohio College Basketball Insider
Ohio College Basketball Insider takes a look at Denison’s 19-0 women’s basketball team. (Feb. 1, 2011)

Poets Taking On The Dream

Poets taking on the dream
The MLK celebration Poetry Slam gave voice to this year’s theme, “Harvesting the Dream: All Hands on the Freedom Plow.” (Jan. 28, 2011)

48 Hours To Serve

48 hours to serve
Hours donated: 539. Money raised: $1,048. Service to others: priceless. (Jan. 27, 2011)

What's cooking at Ebaugh?

What’s cooking at Ebaugh?
Check out the progress on the new chem building—it’s a recipe for 21st century teaching and learning. (Jan. 26, 2011)

With a Healthy Disregard for the Impossible

With a healthy disregard for the impossible
For six snowbound and powerful days, a throng of students and faculty retreat to the hills to learn about themselves, and how to lead and live with integrity. (Jan. 24, 2011)

When a Green Pool is Something to Strive for...

When is a green swimming pool a good thing?
Green is the word as construction continues on the new and improved home of Big Red athletics. (Jan. 20, 2011)

You Might Have to Go 8,527 miles to Find a Better Collection

You might have to go 8,527 miles to find a better collection
A recent gift reinforces Denison Museum’s status as one of the foremost repositories of Burmese art in the world. (Jan. 3, 2011)

Moot Is The Point

Moot is the point
Moot Court team posts best performance ever at regional competition—three teams advance to nationals. (Dec. 21, 2010)

Saving Water, One Drop At A Time

Saving water, one drop at a time
Students save 10,000 gallons of water, while staying as clean and well-hydrated as ever. (Dec. 16, 2010)

Wales On Wiki

This article is not editable: Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales visits campus
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales meets with students & faculty to discuss free knowledge and entrepreneurship. (Dec. 10, 2010)

International Intrigue

International intrigue
Model UN students ran the table at this year’s American Model United Nations International Conference in Chicago. (Dec. 9, 2010)


UPC wins awards
Hard work pays off for the University Programming Council with two awards from the NACA in Michigan. (Dec. 6, 2010)

Staying Here, Moving Forward

Staying here, moving forward
A new multi-year contract ensures President Knobel’s leadership at Denison through the 2012-13 academic year. (Dec. 2, 2010)

Deep Roots

Deep roots
As A-Quad loses some of its faithful old sugar maples, a new stand of native trees take their place on The Hill. (Nov. 23, 2010)

Measure By Measure

Measure by measure
Students play alongside two members of the acclaimed Pacifica Quartet as they work to perfect a dynamic bit of Beethoven. (Nov. 19, 2010)


23 million thanks
On Veterans Day, Denison honors those who have served. (Nov. 11, 2010)

This Is Your Brain On Caffeine

This is your brain on caffeine
Science students and professors offer neuroscience program for central Ohio high-schoolers. (Nov. 9, 2010)

The Future Is Now

The future is now
For students thinking about grad school and international awards, this conference hit the spot. (Nov. 9, 2010)

A True Wingman

A true wingman
The Columbus Dispatch remembers longtime football coach Keith Piper and his storied single wing offense. (Nov. 8, 2010)

Staging The Conversation

Staging the conversation
With a single telephone, the Theatre Department lent its voice to the yearlong theme of “Technology and Community.” (Nov. 5, 2010)

Bowl-ing Downhill

Bowl-ing downhill
The DU Art Collective’s annual Bowl-a-Thon taps the artistic urges of an entire community with the cause of helping its less fortunate members. (Nov. 3, 2010)

A Place for Time, Space, & Faith

A place for time, space & faith
In the Open House, students and villagers explore and practice their spirituality even while they help others follow different beliefs. (Oct. 29, 2010)

Kevin Locke ’88, Matt Fadel ’08, and Will Curtis ’11 talked shop at today’s Career EXPO.

On the fast track
Jobs and internships are in the spotlight at Career Services’ EXPO and Grad School Fair. (Oct. 21, 2010)

It's official

It’s official
Hard hats abound as Denison’s leaders break ground for new natatorium and athletics facility. (Oct. 19, 2010)

Networking at the Speed of Denison

Networking at the speed of Denison
Happening Now: Over in Slayter, students are getting career advice from alums who have become leaders of their fields. (Oct. 15, 2010)

Mark Magnus ’11, Eric Stachura ’11, Lin Mu ’11

Water of life
Students win a $10,000 prize and spend a month in China to help give a town new hope and resources for clean water. (Oct. 12, 2010)

Real-Life Sci-Fi

Real-life sci-fi
In the latest Spectrum Series installment, best-selling author Rebecca Skloot talks ethics and genetics. (Oct. 7, 2010)

Big Red Weekend Hits The Hill

Big Red Weekend hits The Hill
Last weekend was the annual Big Red Weekend. If you made it to the hill, relive all the fun activities, games and more. If not, see what you missed. (Oct. 5, 2010)

Breaking New Ground for the Big Red

Breaking new ground for the Big Red
Denison has broken ground on a $38.5 million renovation and expansion of its athletics and recreation facilities. (Oct. 1, 2010)


Student musicians cross strings with bluegrass superstars. (Oct. 1, 2010)

Big, Red and a Whole Lot of Fun

Big, Red, and a whole lot of fun
Big Red Weekend is a “welcome home” for Denison’s alumni, family and friends. (Oct. 1, 2010)

Fast-forward through the decades to “You’ve come a long way baby,” an exhibit co-curated by Natalie Marsh and museum interns Hannah Miller ’12 and Melissa Grannetino ’12, and based on research by Robert Jackler of Stanford University. The wall-to-wall display of cigarette advertisements creates a cube of colorful snapshots into the past, including a bride posing with a pack of smokes. Many of the ads parallel the women’s liberation movement by portraying cigarettes as “torches of freedom.” The advertisements depict smoking as part of every social experience, from cocktail parties, to sailing, to horseback riding. They often feature blithe phrases as free as the smoke trailing towards the black frames, encouraging women to “believe in yourself” and “be happy – go Lucky.”

Finding art in unlikely places
From vagabonds to Virginia Slims: A look inside Denison Museum’s latest exhibitions. (Sep. 29, 2010)

Vail Artists Mark O'Connor, Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent

Venerable Vail
The Vail Series’ 31st season kicks off with a virtuoso bluegrass jam. The Mark O’Connor Quartet and Dailey & Vincent will grace the Swasey stage. (Sep. 27, 2010)

Does Talking Make a Difference?

Does talking make a difference?
Sustained Dialogue moves difficult conversations forward by creating safe spaces to talk and helping people come to better understanding of their differences. (Sep. 23, 2010)

Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

Slow down, you move too fast
Hard-working students from the Language and Culture Program in Preston House spend a day chillaxing at Dawes Arboretum. (Sep. 21, 2010)

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The Diva of Disclosure
Elizabeth Loftus, renowned memory expert, meets with students and delivers the Anderson Lecture in Swasey Chapel. (Sep. 20, 2010)

Connecting vs. Protecting

Connecting vs. protecting
Technology expert and opinion leader Steven Johnson talks about where good ideas come from. SPOILER ALERT: A lot come from the liberal arts learning environment. (Sep. 8, 2010)

Great Wall, Great Music

Great Wall, Great Music
Over the summer, more than 60 student musicians and several Music Department professors took a magical mystery tour through three Chinese cities in 10 days, along the way introducing American music to new audiences. (Sep. 8, 2010)

Sculpture by Armida Portman '14

Art on the Spectrum
The 2010-11 Spectrum Series, focused on the relationship between technology and community, opens this week with a lecture by best-selling author Steven Berlin Johnson. (Sep. 6, 2010)

Choices, Choices

Choices, choices
It was organized chaos on the A-Quad, as more than 100 student organizations showcased themselves at the annual Involvement Fair. (Sep. 3, 2010)

First Day of Classes

First day of classes
Classes have begun! Check out photos from the A-Quad on Monday morning. (Aug. 30, 2010)

Start as You Mean to Go On

‘Start as you mean to go on’
They’re off and running. The Induction Ceremony makes it official for the Class of 2014, and the learning has already begun. (Aug. 26, 2010)

Learning the Ropes: Denison Outdoor Orientation

Learning the ropes
Whether it’s through service, collaborating with artists, or hiking in the woods, Denison first-year students are acquiring the skills they need to succeed in college. (Aug. 25, 2010)

Make It Happen

Make it happen
Students get hopped up on pizza, caffeine, and ideas for social change at the ‘Make It Happen’ social entrepreneurship workshop, a six-day summer program. (Aug. 24, 2010)

Here They Come!

Here they come!
The fall semester at Denison is about to start, and along with returning students, the college is geared up to welcome the newest Denisonians, the Class of 2014. (Aug. 20, 2010)


While students were away working summer internships and jobs, traveling near and far, and, we hope, catching a little R & R, Denison’s campus was undergoing more than the normal amount of summertime changes. (Aug. 20, 2010)

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