Voices of Denison
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?
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.
Katherine Dimancescu ’03 uncovers a surprising family history.
Five things I wish I knew at 22
His daughter’s college graduation got Matthew Harrington ’84 reflecting on a few important life lessons.
The sound of music
Kurt Ebsary ’12 teamed up with students at the Int’l School Moshi to record a fundraising album for the school.
Every second counts
Emily Hopcian ’12 shot a few seconds of video every day of her 23rd year. She has shared her remarkable compilation.
Word by word
Daniel Littman ’15 reflects on his time working with other students at the writing center.
What I did over winter vacation
How one day at the U.S. Soccer Foundation better prepared me for the job search.
A Denisonian in Paris
Jessie Kanelos Weiner ’08 explains how the liberal arts drew her to the City of Light.
My first boss was a would-be senator
Lucas Meyer ’12 explains how a state Senate campaign has a lot to do with money, messaging and the liberal arts.
The view from Luxor
A 19th century photo from Egypt gets a 21st century focus in a museum blog by Marisa Zemesarajs ’16.