Posted in On Campus on March 11, 2015
The Denison Democrats bring James Carville to campus to discuss his passion for politics.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 4, 2015
Even though Nelson Dow ’16 has returned from his study abroad experience, the people of New Zealand will still see him every day.
Posted in On Campus on October 30, 2014
DISA invites Denison’s campus and community to celebrate the Indian festival of lights.
Posted in On Campus on October 7, 2014
DISA hosts a global party to teach, entertain, and connect students.
Posted in Voices of Denison on August 22, 2014
An open letter to the Class of 2018
Posted in Voices of Denison on August 21, 2014
One faculty member seeks truth from a fiction writer in Athens, Greece.
Posted in On Campus on May 1, 2014
Students participate in the annual campus Holi celebration, this year a part of Aestavalia, Denison’s own spring rite.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 27, 2014
Former presidential candidate Gov. Jon Huntsman calls upon America’s future leaders to make change.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 11, 2013
The Mark Wade Trio recently brought a little bluegrass to Taiwan and showed an international audience just what a dulcimer can do.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 21, 2013
Denison alumnus and former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar ’54 receives the nation’s highest civilian honor — the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Posted in Beyond Campus on August 9, 2013
The White House announced that former Sen. Richard Lugar ’54 will receive a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
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 Voices of Denison on April 16, 2013
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.
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 Voices of Denison on February 7, 2013
Jessie Kanelos Weiner ’08 explains how the liberal arts drew her to the City of Light.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 28, 2013
The “After Work with Denison … Everywhere” event will be in full swing at more than 30 locations around the world. See if there’s one near you.
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 Voices of Denison on December 5, 2012
A senior reflects on his internship in India last summer, helping economically disadvantaged women to become entrepreneurs.
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 Beyond Campus on July 17, 2012
For Casey Stockton ’12, basketballs have become tools for change. This October, he’s off for a 10-month journey to Rwanda.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 30, 2012
Track star Dee Salukombo ’12 touches lives wherever he is. Now he’s going back to Africa to help the children of his homeland, and it’s a story that a lot of people want to tell.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 25, 2012
President Knobel recently traveled to Saudi Arabia to share ideas with a new liberal arts college for women.
Posted in On Campus on May 14, 2012
New Denison graduate Dee Salukombo is back in the news as he leaves Granville to serve in his homeland in Africa.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 27, 2012
Signe Burgstaller ’88 recently stopped by to spend a day with students and talk about her personal experience as an international student and a U.N. ambassador.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 23, 2012
Dee Salukombo ’12 has won a Davis Projects for Peace award, and this summer he’ll use it to create a learning center in the village of his birth in the Congo.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 27, 2012
Daisy Hackett ’13 is taking an interdisciplinary look at food—in Italy.
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 Beyond Campus on February 7, 2012
Kayla Mahalchak ’12 returns to an orphanage in Zimbabwe she first visited in 2008.
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 Voices of Denison on January 25, 2012
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.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 5, 2012
How a 1950s TV show changed the way Americans saw the world.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 12, 2011
Megan Keaveney and Sibylle Freiermuth, both Class of ’11, traveled to India last summer with a goal of improving the health of women living in poverty.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 5, 2011
Tory Scott ’15 receives an award from the Davis United World College Scholars Program.
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 28, 2011
Munich Symphony Orchestra, Gloriae Dei Cantores Choir and Denison Chamber Singers create musical magic.
Posted in On Campus on October 5, 2011
Renowned pianist Yuja Wang returns to Denison for the sixth time this Friday night, and we can’t wait.
Posted in Voices of Denison on September 8, 2011
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.)
Posted in Academics & Research on August 19, 2011
Meg Gaertner ’12 explores the means of sustainable peace and community-building in Northern Ireland
Posted in Academics & Research on July 8, 2011
Bio students travel to the Bahamas for hands-on (literally) research of the most endangered iguanas in the world.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 27, 2011
Students who’ve earned prestigious scholarships will be teaching and studying across the globe.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 31, 2011
Track and cross country standout Dee Salukombo ’12 is running home to Lakewood—120 miles on foot. Here’s why.
Posted in On Campus on April 8, 2011
Study break, a la Kenya Safari Acrobats.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 30, 2011
Two seniors are headed to India this summer with a $10,000 award from Davis Projects for Peace.
Posted in On Campus on March 18, 2011
Language and culture rule at this res hall, where every day is global.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 16, 2011
Yu Itaka is a senior from Japan, where his family is safe, but their experience has been frightening.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 25, 2011
Again this year, the Peace Corps has recognized Denison as one of the nation’s top producers of volunteers.
Posted in Voices of Denison on February 16, 2011
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.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 31, 2011
Nick Lewandowski ’09, a CNN iReporter in Cairo, talks with anchor Rosemary Church as tensions continue to escalate.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 25, 2011
Meet us on the Twitter (& Facebook) Wednesday night for After Work with Denison…Everywhere!
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 16, 2010
Two Denisonians work to reduce the threat of biological and conventional weapon stockpiles in Africa.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 12, 2010
Students win a $10,000 prize and spend a month in China to help give a town new hope and resources for clean water.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 15, 2010
Rachel Mattingly ’11 and the non-oxymoron of a Buddhist approach to economic development.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 14, 2010
Art history prof Joanna Grabski talks urban environments, the art they inspire, and her home away from home—Dakar, Senegal.