Voices of Denison
The start of something great
An open letter to the Class of 2018
Of poems and crimes
One faculty member seeks truth from a fiction writer in Athens, Greece.
Called for icing
Denison President Adam Weinberg is called out to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Are we failing his legacy?
As the world celebrates the birthday of Nelson Mandela, Professor Emeritus Ron Santoni, in this opinion piece, urges us not to become complacent but to use the lessons Mandela taught us to evoke real change.
Lost and found
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.
Anneka Buehler ’13 and her dad, Mark Buehler ’80, document their father-daughter journey from Chapel Walk to their home in California — and Roundel magazine went along for the ride.
NPR’s “All Things Considered” takes notice of Steven Clark, valedictorian of Urban Prep Academy in Chicago and a member of Denison’s incoming Class of 2018.
Ready for what’s next
At Denison’s 2014 Commencement, graduates celebrated their achievements and pondered life’s big questions.