Embracing differences

Zhihao Cao ’16 finds the power and potential in the uncertainty of difference.

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Examining the Exodus

Faculty members gather to discuss the Syrian migrant crisis

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Romick for team captain!

Luke Romick ’16 knows there’s a lot more to the game than being a top player. Better still, you can vote for him as captain of the Good Works team.

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What is . . . “Jeopardy!” ??

Senior Dylan Parson ’16 pulls off yet another “Jeopardy!” win.

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Listening closely

Laurel Symes ’07 talks about her interview on NPR’s Morning Edition and the meaning behind cricket chirps.

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In the moment

An unusual musical theatre project in LA brings together two alumni for an exhilarating leap into the unknown.

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Pride’s in the bag
Mark Sanor ’90 and “Denison Connecting!” start a grassroots movement for networking events and a new way to carry your Denison pride in style with the Denison BankerBag.

Shared impact
Both changed by Denison, two alumni cross paths in Bolivia.

Olympic hopeful is on track
Denison track & field star and Davis Peace Project awardee Dee Salukombo ’12 is now training for the Olympics.

Out to the ballgame
Junior Meghan Pearce recounts her experience meeting Illinois Representative Bob Dold ’91 and the many other Denison connections — some purposeful, others unexpected — that are happening in Washington, D.C., this summer.

Swash of inspiration
Professor of Music Ching-chu Hu talks about his creative process for composing a piece recently featured on Classical 101 radio.

Proud to have pride
Student leaders in Outlook offer tips to supporters of the LGBTQ community on how to be better allies.

Finding the key
When Ian Moubayed ’12 locked himself out of his apartment, he thought he may have jeopardized his filmmaking career. But the incident actually helped launch it.

Breaking the tape
After some confusion at the finish line, Andrea Karl ’14 wins her second marathon and becomes a St. Louis star along the way.