Sights & Sounds
Denison alumnus and former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar ’54 receives the nation’s highest civilian honor — the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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.
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.
Big Red Weekend was a heck of a good time—and it helped that Denison dominated on the athletic fields.
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.
Each summer a trio of Denison students teams up with local teens to grow a stronger community.
How can they keep from singing?
Dr. Osborne and his Denison Singers marked a triumphant return to Granville, making music and making merry.
The little things
Reunion Weekend is the perfect reminder that some things never change.
Carol of the bells
Campus just got a little more musical.
Let the mortarboards fly
The Class of ’13 learned a lot: from “critical thinking” to reasons why our unofficial mascot makes perfect sense.
What happened on Deliria?
This psychological thriller student film tells the story of an island and the power it has over those brave enough to visit.
The portrait of a president
A room in the library holds the portraits of Denison’s presidents, and Dale Knobel’s is now among them.