20140416_stolenmemories_photo_main_01

Stolen memories

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.

Full Story » No Comments 04/16/2014


20140416_stolenmemories_photo_main_01

Stolen memories
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. (Apr. 16, 2014)


20140304_mardigrassecondhome_photo_main_01

Mardi Gras’ second home
As Mardi Gras kicks off in New Orleans, we offer a snapshot of a lesser-known — but still elaborate — celebration. (Mar. 4, 2014)


2013.12.04_zappaatokenofextreme_photo_main_01

Zappa – a token of extreme
English professor Jim Davis remembers an iconic iconoclast, 20 years after his death. (Dec. 4, 2013)


Kennedys in Dallas 1963

11/22
On the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, one alumnus reflects on the memory of a slain president and how that day changed the future. (Nov. 22, 2013)


Toast

Boo!
Everyone is scared of something. Students — and a couple of professors — share their biggest fears. What’s yours? (Oct. 31, 2013)


The Denisonian staff of 1959-60 certainly understood the phrase "cut and paste."

The power of print
David Sweet ’85 still believes in the power of print. He believes in it so much, in fact, that he decided to launch a couple of newspapers. (Sep. 11, 2013)


20130905_growingupdenison_photo_main_01

Growing up Denison
Katherine Dimancescu ’03 uncovers a surprising family history. (Sep. 5, 2013)


Poetry in Motion

Poetry in motion
Jennifer Luebbers ’09 shares her work, which recently earned her the Diane Middlebrook Poetry Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. (Jun. 20, 2013)


Things I Wish I Knew at 22

Five things I wish I knew at 22
His daughter’s college graduation got Matthew Harrington ’84 thinking about a few important life lessons. (May. 24, 2013)


While teaching music to students in Tanzania, Kurt Ebsary '12 wrote and recorded an album with them, and he hopes the sales from their CD will help to fund a soundproof recording room for the school.

The sound of music
Kurt Ebsary ’12 has teamed up with students at the International School Moshi to record an album to raise funds for the school in Tanzania. (Apr. 16, 2013)


20130228_everysecondcounts_photo_main_03

Every second counts
Emily Hopcian ’12 documented a few seconds of each day in her 23rd year of life. She shares the experience and the video. (Feb. 28, 2013)


Daniel Littman ’15 works with a student in the writing center.

Word by word
Daniel Littman ’15 reflects on his time working with other students at the writing center. (Feb. 22, 2013)


What I Did Over Winter Vacation

What I did over winter vacation
How one day at the U.S. Soccer Foundation better prepared me for the job search. (Feb. 15, 2013)


A Denisonian In Paris

A Denisonian in Paris
Jessie Kanelos Weiner ’08 explains how the liberal arts drew her to the City of Light. (Feb. 7, 2013)


My First Boss Was A Would-Be Senator

My first boss was a would-be senator
Lucas Meyer ’12 explains how managing a state Senate campaign has a lot to do with money, messaging, and the liberal arts. (Dec. 18, 2012)


The View From Luxor

The view from Luxor
Thanks to an old photograph in the Denison Museum collection, Marisa Zemesarajs ’16 can journey to Luxor, Egypt, without ever leaving campus. (Dec. 11, 2012)


Indian Summer

Indian summer
A senior reflects on his internship in India last summer, helping economically disadvantaged women to become entrepreneurs. (Dec. 5, 2012)


Back In The Saddle

Back in the saddle
Matt Kretchmar is about to finish his first semester back in the classroom after spending five years in the First-Year Program as dean. (Nov. 20, 2012)


Half-Court Dreams

Half-court dreams
Courtney Baxter ’11 wrote a recent New York Times article about her unique job-hunting journey. (Oct. 31, 2012)


Lauren Mueller '13

Finding what I like—and what I don’t
As first-year students arrive on campus wondering what the next four years will be like, Lauren Mueller ’13 looks back on her own experience and offers up the wisdom of a senior. (Aug. 22, 2012)


A tribute to irreplaceable wisdom

A tribute to irreplaceable wisdom
Cathy Dollard ’88 reflects on the impact of her former teacher and (now former) colleague, Professor Emeritus of History Don Schilling. (Jun. 15, 2012)


Finding inspiration in Empty Spaces

Finding inspiration in Empty Spaces
Caitlin Hodson ’12 dreams up a story of yesterday and finds a way to tell it with help from the Class of 1959. (Jun. 11, 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)


Keynes In Context

Keynes in context
On Bloomberg Radio, Provost Brad Bateman discusses Keynesian economic theory and its relevance today. (Apr. 12, 2012)


Start Something That Matters

Start something that matters
Emily Hopcian ’12 is learning that it’s possible to make a living and change the world at the same time. (Feb. 15, 2012)


20120215_loveandtheliberalarts_photo_main_01

Love and the liberal arts
Six professors weigh in on how their disciplines deal with the ultimate affection. (Feb. 15, 2012)


Jerome Price (center) and the third-grade class of “Team Duke” at the college-focused Promise Academy, where each class is named for the teacher’s alma mater.

Educational access and inequity in the nation’s capital
Jerome Price ’12 discusses on the inequities of access that exist among America’s educational systems. (Feb. 2, 2012)


20120125_alovelettertosenegal_photo_main_01

A love letter to Senegal
Alexa Dorris ’12 studied in Senegal last year, and though she says she couldn’t come up with words to describe it—her incredible blog says otherwise. (Jan. 25, 2012)


20111122_leesachs_photo_main_03

‘A downgrade in confidence’
Noted economist Lee Sachs ’85 talks to Bloomberg TV about the supercommittee’s failed deficit-reduction talks. (Nov. 23, 2011)


The folly of dentistry economics

The folly of ‘dentistry’ economics
In a New York Times op-ed, provost and economics professor Brad Bateman suggests where today’s economists have gone wrong. (Nov. 7, 2011)


20111019_no_kidding_photo_main

Teach For America—No Kidding
Kimmi Oshita ’11, on her first few challenging weeks in a Baltimore school room as part of Teach For America. (Oct. 19, 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)


Wired for Blogging

Wired for blogging
Geoscience Professor Erik Klemetti’s popular “Eruptions” blog has found a glitzy new home at Wired. (Sep. 29, 2011)


The Power Of Poetry

The power of poetry
Roethke Prize-winning poet David Baker on the purpose of poetry, substance of art, and the inspiration of the Midwest. (Sep. 26, 2011)


The plight of the refugee

The plight of the refugee
Betsy Fisher ’10 went to Jordan to teach English and learn Arabic. She returned with a commitment to advocate for refugees (and photos of many Denison friends.) (Sep. 8, 2011)


Broadband Wilderness

Broadband wilderness
As a new academic year launches, a senior plugs in to the very real human connections of Outdoor Orientation. (Sep. 1, 2011)


The Great East Coast Earthquake Of 2011

The Great East Coast Earthquake of 2011
A geosciences professor blogs about the rare quake that hit just days before Irene raced up the coast. (Aug. 29, 2011)


What do I know?

What do I know?
A been-there-done-that sophomore offers up some (semi) sage advice for the Class of 2015. (Aug. 24, 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)


The Soul of Newark

The soul of Newark
Student investigation of Newark, Ohio, produces some newly minted journalists and community conversation. (Aug. 10, 2011)


Oh, The Places We Went!

Oh, the places we’ve been!
Allison Kranek, a 2011 graduate and President’s Medalist, reflects on the experience of helping English professor Fred Porcheddu develop and teach Denison’s first-ever course on children’s literature. (Jul. 29, 2011)


Returning The Love

Returning the love
As a child, Lauren Mueller ’13 found refuge in CASA, a nonprofit group supporting foster children. Today, she is helping others receive the care. (Jun. 24, 2011)


Welcome! Now Get To Work

Welcome! Now get to work.
June-O sessions for the Class of 2015 are underway, and Kim Coplin ’85, associate provost, shares 5 things every student needs to know. (Jun. 8, 2011)


A Day In The Life

A day in the life…at the Statehouse
Amy Lyon ’11 spends a day with lawmakers and finds a bit of Denison wherever she goes. (May. 6, 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)


Taking a Walk

Taking a walk
Returning to her alma mater prompts Shannon McLoughlin Morrison ’06 to reflect on a transformative four years. (Apr. 11, 2011)


An Educated Conversation

An educated conversation
Jerome Price ’12 talks with students, faculty and local residents as he searches for answers to tough questions on education. (Mar. 25, 2011)


A Case For Living In Central Ohio

A case for living in central Ohio
Ohio is one of the nation’s higher education hotspots. Gail Martineau ’08 has a few ideas for how to keep those college graduates here, and she shares them in a public radio commentary. (Mar. 15, 2011)


Erik Klemetti, assistant professor of geosciences

When volcanoes are overblown
Volcanoes are hot news these days. But when the media sensationalizes science, Erik Klemetti gets a little steamed. (Mar. 11, 2011)


President Knobel On The Value Of Independent Colleges

President Knobel on the value of independent colleges
President Knobel discusses the importance of independent, nonprofit colleges in a Columbus Dispatch op-ed. (Feb. 21, 2011)


No Limits

No limits
Emily Hopcian ’12 reflects on the Big Red vibe that inspired her team to a third straight NCAC championship. (Feb. 18, 2011)


Scenes From Egypt’s ‘Day Of Wrath’

Scenes from Egypt’s ‘Day of Wrath’
When Cairo erupted in protest, Nick Lewandowski ’09 was there. In his own words and images, he shares a street-level account of the movement’s terrifying and uncertain early days. (Feb. 16, 2011)


Professor Ron Santoni

‘You have spoken pointedly, but out of love for humankind’
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Newark Advocate reprints a supportive open letter to King from philosophy professor Ron Santoni, originally published on June 29, 1967. (Jan. 17, 2011)


Madeline Weinland ’10

‘There, it’s OK to die’
Madeline Weinland ’10 reflects on her experience as a Denison Community Association hospice volunteer. (Dec. 20, 2010)


Natalie in the Middle

Natalie in the middle
Halfway through her sophomore year, Natalie Olivo ’13 grapples with the college version of Middle Child Syndrome and, for good measure, a pesky indoor climbing wall. (Dec. 14, 2010)


Library Director Scottie Cochrane

A few thoughts on Wikipedia
With Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales visiting campus, Library Director Scottie Cochrane weighs in on the collaborative encyclopedia’s place in an academic environment. (Dec. 8, 2010)


From East to Higley

From East to Higley
Ten years after first setting foot on campus, Erin Copple Smith ’04 returns, this time wearing professor’s shoes. (Dec. 3, 2010)


Christina Gorski '12

Taking it all in
Life is in the details for Christina Gorski ’12, who’s doing her off-campus study in the Big Apple this semester. (Nov. 24, 2010)


Tom Mitchell '11

Thinking about the Open House
Students share their thoughts on Denison’s place for spiritual reflection and understanding. (Oct. 29, 2010)


Fadhel Kaboub, assistant professor of economics

‘Food security is no joke’
Economics prof Fadhel Kaboub addresses rising food prices in a letter to the Financial Times. (Oct. 28, 2010)


The Big Picture

The big picture
Art history prof Joanna Grabski talks urban environments, the art they inspire, and her home away from home—Dakar, Senegal. (Sep. 14, 2010)


Need a Good Book?

Need a good book?
Denison is now on Goodreads, the #1 social networking site for book lovers. Check out our Goodreads profile today for all the latest and greatest from our faculty & staff authors. (Sep. 9, 2010)


Provost Brad Bateman

Provost: College rankings misleading
In a Columbus Dispatch editorial, Provost Brad Bateman argues that college rankings paint an inaccurate picture. (Sep. 6, 2010)


'I Just Write Me'

‘I just write me’
Theatre prof Mark Evans Bryan’s latest work has taken him to new places as an artist, both literally and figuratively. (Aug. 31, 2010)


Most Recent Photos

  • Model students
  • Instant Classic
  • 20140416_stolenmemories_photo_main_01
  • 20140414_comedybreak_photo_main_01
  • draft-day-screen
  • 20140409_topchefs_photo_main_01
  • Denison Grad Coaches In NCAA Championship Game
  • VAIL

Upcoming Events