Voices of Denison
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.
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.
Choosing the right college
This week, the Huffington Post features words of wisdom from Denison president (and parent of two college-age children) Adam Weinberg on how to choose the right college.
The students have spoken
The Denison Campus Governance Association has a new president and vice president. Here’s a quick look at the new leaders who will guide the student body next year.
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.
Mardi Gras’ second home
As Mardi Gras kicks off in New Orleans, we offer a snapshot of a lesser-known — but still elaborate — celebration.
Zappa – a token of extreme
English professor Jim Davis remembers an iconic iconoclast, 20 years after his death.
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.
Everyone is scared of something. Students — and a couple of professors — share their biggest fears. What’s yours?
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.