Posted in On Campus on May 1, 2013
Artists gathered in Ace Morgan Theatre last week to celebrate the world of African dance, from traditional forms to pieces that explored some current—and complex—issues.
Posted in On Campus on April 29, 2013
Meet Ana Morales ’14 and Hung Tran ’15, the newly elected president and vice president of Denison’s student government.
Posted in On Campus on April 19, 2013
Friday’s Academic Awards Convocation was Denison’s heartfelt celebration of the best in teaching and learning.
Posted in On Campus on April 9, 2013
Soprano Jessye Norman’s Vail performance wraps the season and Lorraine Wales’ extraordinary 34-year directorship on the perfect note.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 29, 2013
The work of multimedia artist Chelsea Flowers ’13 is part autobiography, part personal therapy—and now it’s award-winning.
Posted in On Campus on March 13, 2013
A behind-the-scenes look at the dramatic production of “The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.”
Posted in On Campus on March 5, 2013
Recognizing the Class of 2013’s Distinguished Leaders for being among the best of the best, and for making the most of their time at Denison.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 27, 2013
A play teaches local fourth-graders the importance of education and money management.
Posted in On Campus on February 14, 2013
There are a million ways to say I love you. Here’s a student video that proves it.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 30, 2013
When two men were harassed in downtown Columbus, the local community stepped in. Why bystander intervention can help the fight for equality.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 24, 2013
Winter Break was more than a vacation for 84 students participating in the Break Away program—it was a service-learning experience.
Posted in On Campus on January 22, 2013
On Monday, students, faculty and alumni joined their hearts and voices in the spirit of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Posted in On Campus on January 18, 2013
In the 45th year after his death, the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lives on.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 11, 2013
In this international edition of Blogosphere, we journey across three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe.
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 On Campus on August 31, 2012
The Academic Quad was booming as students participated in the annual Involvement Fair.
Posted in On Campus on August 29, 2012
During last week’s induction ceremony, the Class of 2016 was encouraged to work together, but also shine as individuals.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 10, 2012
Newly tenured biology professor Lina Yoo has a passion for teaching immunology, and she takes pride in the pursuits of her students.
Posted in On Campus on March 9, 2012
Twenty-five celebrated students were recognized for their commitment to excellence and leadership.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 6, 2012
A look behind the scenes of Defying the Distance, a new class that examines the philosophies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 1, 2012
HyeKyung Lee, a recently tenured faculty member, is fascinated by new works, and that includes discovering others’ music or creating her own original pieces.
Posted in On Campus on February 10, 2012
Dancer Dada Masilo did even more than stage her U.S. debut at Swasey. She also brought her insight and experience into classrooms across the campus.
Posted in On Campus on January 30, 2012
Dada Masilo’s Vail Series performance on Friday—her American premiere—will fuse classical ballet and African dance.
Posted in On Campus on January 25, 2012
On Monday, the campus community celebrated the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. through a series of “teach-ins.”
Posted in On Campus on January 19, 2012
The college’s annual celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. takes a new form this year.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 16, 2011
Effi Taylor ’12 made the journey from Ghana to America to attend college, but it was in Granville, Ohio, that she learned a traditional Ghanaian dance.
Posted in On Campus on November 4, 2011
Last weekend, 75 people gathered at Burke auditorium to witness an intimate Japanese ritual not often open to the public.
Posted in On Campus on October 13, 2011
Students and Vail guest artist Dale Shields create a family of friends and a fascinating original play in only 28 days.
Posted in On Campus on September 2, 2011
With 175 student orgs on campus, there was something for everyone at Thursday’s Involvement Fair.
Posted in On Campus on May 11, 2011
In advance of this Sunday’s Commencement, Posse Scholars gathered with faculty, friends, and Posse Foundation representatives to reflect on their four years at Denison.
Posted in On Campus on April 8, 2011
Study break, a la Kenya Safari Acrobats.
Posted in On Campus on February 15, 2011
African Awareness Week gives students the opportunity to experience and celebrate the rich cultures and history of Africa.
Posted in On Campus on January 28, 2011
The MLK celebration Poetry Slam gave voice to this year’s theme, “Harvesting the Dream: All Hands on the Freedom Plow.”
Posted in Voices of Denison on January 17, 2011
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.
Posted in On Campus on December 9, 2010
Model UN students ran the table at this year’s American Model United Nations International Conference in Chicago.
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.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 19, 2010
Erik Singh ’11 used his research project to learn about the challenges facing Somali refugees in Ohio.
Posted in On Campus on November 9, 2010
For students thinking about grad school and international awards, this conference hit the spot.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 2, 2010
Economics prof Sohrab Behdad discusses Islamic economics in revolutionary Iran with Amsterdam’s Radio Zamaneh.
Posted in On Campus on October 29, 2010
In the Open House, students and villagers explore and practice their spirituality even while they help others follow different beliefs.
Posted in Voices of Denison on October 29, 2010
Students share their thoughts on Denison’s place for spiritual reflection and understanding.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 15, 2010
The Women’s Studies program recently hosted a reunion, with TAs and faculty returning to campus and engaging in an intergenerational conversation about social change with the current community.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 6, 2010
Denison’s faculty establishes a “Power and Justice” core competency, and the intent for students to question their own place in the structures of human societies.
Posted in On Campus on September 23, 2010
Sustained Dialogue moves difficult conversations forward by creating safe spaces to talk and helping people come to better understanding of their differences.
Posted in On Campus on September 21, 2010
Hard-working students from the Language and Culture Program in Preston House spend a day chillaxing at Dawes Arboretum.
Posted in On Campus on September 3, 2010
It was organized chaos on the A-Quad, as more than 100 student organizations showcased themselves at the annual Involvement Fair.
Posted in On Campus on August 26, 2010
They’re off and running. The Induction Ceremony makes it official for the Class of 2014, and the learning has already begun.
Posted in On Campus on August 25, 2010
Whether it’s through service, collaborating with artists, or hiking in the woods, Denison first-year students are acquiring the skills they need to succeed in college.