Posted in Academics & Research on November 19, 2012
Professor Karen Graves recently talked about discrimination in public schools to the History of Education Society.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 8, 2012
Exile, a student literary journal, has been published for more than 50 years. And now it’s all online.
Posted in On Campus on October 23, 2012
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.
Posted in On Campus on September 18, 2012
Author Pam Houston ’83 returns to campus for a reading that celebrates 50 years of the Beck Lecture Series.
Posted in Beyond Campus on August 6, 2012
A new book by former Homesteaders Brad Halm ’02 and Colin McCrate ’00 will have you growing your own food in no time.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 2, 2012
What happens when greed goes unchecked? Kirk Combe and his son explore the possibilities in their new sci-fi film, The Feed.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 16, 2012
Denison Magazine will be in the mail next week, and we have a sneak peek featuring a lost Kentucky community.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 19, 2012
The Orangeburg Massacre, one of the first violent civil rights confrontations on an American college campus, is the subject of a new book by faculty member Jack Shuler.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 9, 2012
Assistant Professor of English and Pulitzer nominee Peter Grandbois on the wonder of teaching and writing.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 8, 2012
Brenda Boyle, one of the college’s newly tenured professors, directs the Writing Center and teaches English courses, but she values her mentoring and advising roles, as well.
Posted in Academics & Research on August 1, 2011
Notice anything missing in The Times’ book reviews? Why are so few women writers featured?
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 6, 2011
The best Denison-related content on the interwebs.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 2, 2010
NPR’s annual holiday favorite, “Hanukkah Lights,” features a story by English prof and award-winning author Margot Singer.