Posted in Beyond Campus on April 16, 2016
Luke Romick ’16 captured the highest service award in all college sports.
Posted in Beyond Campus on September 30, 2015
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.
Posted in Academics & Research on August 14, 2015
One Denison Seminar actually gives students the chance to use martial arts against their professors (all in the name of learning, of course).
Posted in Beyond Campus on July 2, 2015
Denison track & field star and Davis Peace Project awardee Dee Salukombo ’12 is now training for the Olympics.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 8, 2015
After some confusion at the finish line, Andrea Karl ’14 wins her second marathon and becomes a St. Louis star along the way.
Posted in On Campus on October 28, 2014
It was a “red-letter” weekend for Denison’s Big Red varsity teams, as they knocked off some highly ranked opponents.
Posted in On Campus on September 19, 2014
Building on last year’s success, the Big Red football team has trained tirelessly to get ready for its 2014 season. Watch this insiders’ view of how they got here.
Posted in On Campus on August 13, 2014
The NCAA recognizes Lynn Schweizer for 40-plus years of commitment to Denison and Division III athletes.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 12, 2014
Men’s lacrosse coach Mike Caravana earns national Coach of the Year recognition from Lacrosse Magazine.
Posted in On Campus on May 27, 2014
The NCAC All-Sports Trophy comes to Denison for the 14th time.
Posted in On Campus on May 8, 2014
Runners and walkers in the second annual 5Knobel honored family and friends, raised money, and battled the campus hills with ease.
Posted in On Campus on April 17, 2014
When DU plays OWU in men’s lacrosse, it usually goes right down to the wire, and the 2014 meeting was no exception. Denison won by one goal, and we have exciting video highlights.
Posted in On Campus on April 11, 2014
The Denison calendar gets extra packed with events in April — so much so that it’s tough to keep up. We don’t want you to miss anything, so here’s a look at what’s going on this weekend.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 6, 2014
John Robic, Denison class of 1986, is on his way to his fourth national championship game Monday night in Dallas as assistant coach of the Kentucky Wildcats, and we’ll be cheering him on.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 31, 2014
Two Denison seniors capped their illustrious swimming careers with individual championships at this year’s NCAA Nationals.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 17, 2014
Twenty students were honored for making a lasting impact on Denison during their time on the Hill.
Posted in On Campus on February 13, 2014
Students and alumni collected well wishes from near and far for Denison’s swimming and diving teams, hosts of the NCAC Championships in Granville.
Posted in On Campus on February 6, 2014
The Denison and Granville communities gathered to say goodbye to Coach Ted Barclay.
Posted in On Campus on January 10, 2014
Dear Students: Please come back. It seems we’re going a little stir crazy without you.
Posted in Sights & Sounds on December 20, 2013
Youth and numbers prevailed in an epic battle between freshies and sophs.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 16, 2013
Todd Frederickson ’96 started playing ice hockey at age 5. Now he’s sitting in the front office of the Iowa Wild, presiding over a brand new team.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 11, 2013
On this Veterans Day, we share the story of two service members who met at Denison and began a 50-year friendship.
Posted in On Campus on October 28, 2013
An inside look at the legendary offense that will forever be linked to the Big Red football program and legendary coach Keith Piper.
Posted in On Campus on October 7, 2013
Big Red Weekend was a heck of a good time—and it helped that Denison dominated on the athletic fields.
Posted in On Campus on April 24, 2013
With the dedication of the Mitchell Center, alumnus Lou Mitchell’s dream officially came true.
Posted in On Campus on April 22, 2013
The women’s rugby club took on some major college competition in the national tournament, eventually advancing to the Elite 8. But this is no “David-and-Goliath” story.
Posted in On Campus on February 20, 2013
Sometimes winning is about more than physical training. Sometimes it all comes down to having the right socks.
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 Beyond Campus on December 5, 2012
Tuesday night in New York, George Bodenheimer ’80 was honored by the National Football Foundation with its Distinguished American Award.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 16, 2012
In a big day for Cleveland sports, the Browns’ new ownership appointed Joe Banner ’75 as the team’s new CEO.
Posted in On Campus on October 3, 2012
The brand new Trumbull Aquatics Center made a big splash during its Big Red Weekend debut.
Posted in On Campus on September 27, 2012
There’s a lot to do and see on campus, as parents, alumni, friends, faculty and students all gather up at the same time.
Posted in Beyond Campus on August 9, 2012
In this summer’s addition, we have the Venture Philanthropy Club, a new reality show, and a video from the softball team.
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 July 11, 2012
The story of how a Denison swim cap made its way to the on-air desk at the Dan Patrick Show.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 26, 2012
Quinn Bartlett ’13 will follow in his family’s footsteps when he swims in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
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 17, 2012
A breakout movie about lacrosse, “Crooked Arrows,” has its roots on the Denison playing fields.
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 On Campus on May 10, 2012
Denison’s men’s and women’s lacrosse squads both earned dramatic overtime victories in the the opening round of the NCAA Championships.
Posted in On Campus on April 25, 2012
With a perfect league record, the men’s lacrosse team has secured its second straight NCAC title … and added a newly minted trophy for good measure.
Posted in On Campus on March 29, 2012
Watch the campus celebration rally in honor of the men’s swimming and diving team, which recently captured its second consecutive NCAA Division III national championship.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 28, 2012
For the second year in a row, the men’s swimming and diving team takes the national championship.
Posted in On Campus on January 27, 2012
After 50 years of service, historic Gregory Pool hosts its final intercollegiate swimming and diving meet.
Posted in On Campus on December 28, 2011
It’s been quite a year for the Big Red varsity sports teams, and 2011 may well have been the “Best. Year. Ever.”
Posted in On Campus on December 7, 2011
Denison Magazine should be making its way to readers in the coming weeks. Here’s what’s in store.
Posted in On Campus on November 14, 2011
Tying Denison’s all-time record for wins, the field hockey team brought home plenty of hardware this season.
Posted in On Campus on October 4, 2011
With its win over conference rival Wooster last Saturday, the Big Red football team has reclaimed the historic Old Red Lantern trophy.
Posted in On Campus on September 27, 2011
During Big Red Weekend, the Varsity D Association inducted its class of 2011 into the Denison Athletic Hall of Fame.
Posted in On Campus on September 7, 2011
Big Red athletics have a fab new home online. DenisonBigRed.com is the place for all your game recaps, box scores, stats, video, and more.
Posted in On Campus on September 5, 2011
At the construction site near the Mitchell Center, it’s beginning to look a whole lot like a natatorium.
Posted in Voices of Denison on August 23, 2011
Meet Denison alumna Nan Carney-DeBord ’80, who has begun her role as the college’s new director of athletics.
Posted in On Campus on July 27, 2011
The Big Red football team will be a little more red this fall, sporting new uniforms that pay homage to Denison’s rich athletic traditions.
Posted in On Campus on July 7, 2011
Larry Scheiderer has been named Athletic Director of the Year by his colleagues for the second time in his 20-year career at Denison.
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 May 24, 2011
Make it a dozen—Big Red wins the NCAC All-Sports Championship (again).
Posted in On Campus on May 2, 2011
Denison’s highly successful varsity athletics program produced three more conference championship teams over the weekend.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 22, 2011
George Bodenheimer ’80, ESPN President, talks with the Financial Times about his past and future.
Posted in On Campus on April 19, 2011
Denison alumna Nan Carney-DeBord ’80 is set to take over as Denison’s director of athletics this summer.
Posted in On Campus on April 1, 2011
Sunshine and cheers on the quad today, as hundreds congratulated the men’s swimming and diving team—the 2011 NCAA National Champions.
Posted in On Campus on March 28, 2011
Men’s swimming and diving wins the NCAA championship in grand fashion, ending their rival’s historic 31-year championship run.
Posted in Voices of Denison on February 18, 2011
Emily Hopcian ’12 reflects on the Big Red vibe that inspired her team to a third straight NCAC championship.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 15, 2011
When it comes to Woody Hayes, everyone thinks of that big university in Columbus, but, really, it all began at Denison.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 11, 2011
Playwrights, bloggers, and disgruntled Packers fans?
Posted in On Campus on February 5, 2011
Junior point guard Jim Leffew scored seven of his 18 points in the final seven seconds to lift Denison over Wabash.
Posted in On Campus on February 1, 2011
Ohio College Basketball Insider takes a look at Denison’s 19-0 women’s basketball team.
Posted in On Campus on January 20, 2011
Green is the word as construction continues on the new and improved home of Big Red athletics.
Posted in On Campus on November 8, 2010
The Columbus Dispatch remembers longtime football coach Keith Piper and his storied single wing offense.
Posted in On Campus on October 19, 2010
Hard hats abound as Denison’s leaders break ground for new natatorium and athletics facility.
Posted in On Campus on October 5, 2010
Last weekend was the annual Big Red Weekend. If you made it to the hill, relive all the fun activities, games and more. If not, see what you missed.