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Lost and found

Posted in Voices of Denison on July 17, 2014

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.

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Professors of the future

Posted in Academics & Research on March 11, 2014

Denison welcomes the newest group of tenured faculty. When you see these folks on campus, don’t forget to say congrats!

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Walking In Circles

Walk in peace

Posted in On Campus on November 7, 2012

A recently completed labyrinth encourages people to walk while they think—and think while they walk.

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Margot Singer, assistant professor of English and award-winning author

Hanukkah Lights

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.

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A Place for Time, Space, & Faith

A place for time, space & faith

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.

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Tom Mitchell '11

Thinking about the Open House

Posted in Voices of Denison on October 29, 2010

Students share their thoughts on Denison’s place for spiritual reflection and understanding.

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Rachel Mattingly '11 discusses her research at the recent summer scholars poster presentation.

Where ‘more’ isn’t always better

Posted in Academics & Research on September 15, 2010

Rachel Mattingly ’11 and the non-oxymoron of a Buddhist approach to economic development.

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Amber, Aliens, and the American Diaspora

Amber, aliens & the American diaspora

Posted in Academics & Research on September 10, 2010

Summer Scholars dish out their research in the humanities, social sciences, and fine arts.

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