A home for history

Susan Whiting ’78 is developing a new museum in Washington, D.C. to house the stories of women in America.

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Embracing differences

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

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Active minds

The student organization, “Active Minds,” opens the door to conversation and understanding about something most of us face alone.

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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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Big Red Weekend at Denison University Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015.  (Photo by Timothy E. Black)

The home we love so well

Big Red Weekend 2015 showcases the best of fall and the best of Denison.

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New face of Africa
A week-long Vail residency by the Dafra Kura Band brings creativity inspired by tradition.

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

New dimensions
3D printers are bringing together a range of disciplines and creative thinking to produce a new outlet for innovation.

The writers read
Three of our own launch the new season of the Beck Series.

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

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

You can’t pick just one
The Involvement Fair was back, and action packed.

Summer research digs deep
Summer research, whatever the discipline is a rewarding experience. It is an invaluable chance to dig in deep and develop new ideas.