Posted in Voices of Denison on May 1, 2015
The blog entry of an alumna who found herself in the middle of this week’s devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Posted in On Campus on March 11, 2015
The Denison Democrats bring James Carville to campus to discuss his passion for politics.
Posted in On Campus on December 15, 2014
A Teach-in brings the community together to understand America’s shared history, our current situation, and what will come next.
Posted in On Campus on November 10, 2014
Denison Feminists welcome Jessica Valenti and cover a wide range of issues.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 5, 2014
Denison pols make a strong showing in the 2014 midterm elections.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 18, 2014
Professor Ann Townsend ’85 and VIDA fight for gender equality in the world of literary publications.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 7, 2014
Denison President Adam Weinberg believes that a global education is imperative for the future of America’s students, but he’s worried that the country is going about it in the wrong way.
Posted in On Campus on February 28, 2014
Denison offers a TEDx program focusing on this year’s campus theme.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 27, 2014
Former presidential candidate Gov. Jon Huntsman calls upon America’s future leaders to make change.
Posted in Voices of Denison on December 4, 2013
English professor Jim Davis remembers an iconic iconoclast, 20 years after his death.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 18, 2013
Two former U.S. Congressmen showed up in a few political science classes to give students an inside look at a life of public service.
Posted in On Campus on April 23, 2013
Former Senator Olympia Snowe urges voters and politicians to remember that “compromise” is not a dirty word.
Posted in On Campus on April 12, 2013
Sister Helen Prejean, human rights activist and author of Dead Man Walking, brings lessons from death row to Denison.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 30, 2013
When two men were harassed in downtown Columbus, the local community stepped in. Why bystander intervention can help the fight for equality.
Posted in On Campus on January 18, 2013
In the 45th year after his death, the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lives on.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 27, 2012
When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans in 2005, Lauri Pierson Weinfeld ’78 offered her rental property, rent-free, to a family in need. In Sandy’s wake, she’s hoping to do it again
Posted in Academics & Research on November 19, 2012
Professor Karen Graves recently talked about discrimination in public schools to the History of Education Society.
Posted in On Campus on January 25, 2012
On Monday, the campus community celebrated the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. through a series of “teach-ins.”
Posted in On Campus on January 19, 2012
The college’s annual celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. takes a new form this year.
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 Beyond Campus on November 11, 2011
Director of Financial Aid Nancy Hoover is back from Capitol Hill where she continued her work to help students here and across the country.
Posted in On Campus on September 12, 2011
Marking the 10th anniversary of tragedy with community-building, service and song.
Posted in Voices of Denison on May 6, 2011
Amy Lyon ’11 spends a day with lawmakers and finds a bit of Denison wherever she goes.
Posted in On Campus on May 2, 2011
An iReporter at Denison contributes to CNN’s coverage of the national reaction to recent events in Pakistan.
Posted in On Campus on April 21, 2011
Madeleine Albright’s day at Denison featured plenty of good conversations with students—and a buzzard-y brooch.
Posted in On Campus on April 1, 2011
Aasif Mandvi, correspondent on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, plays to a packed house at Slayter.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 16, 2011
Yu Itaka is a senior from Japan, where his family is safe, but their experience has been frightening.
Posted in Voices of Denison on March 11, 2011
Volcanoes are hot news these days. But when the media sensationalizes science, Erik Klemetti gets a little steamed.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 7, 2011
In an interview with the Fox Business Network, John Faraci ’72 talks commodity prices in the wake of unrest and turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 5, 2011
Jim Petro ’70, former attorney general of Ohio, has been named the new chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents.
Posted in Voices of Denison on February 16, 2011
When Cairo erupted in protest, Nick Lewandowski ’09 was there. In his own words and images, he shares a street-level account of the movement’s terrifying and uncertain early days.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 31, 2011
Nick Lewandowski ’09, a CNN iReporter in Cairo, talks with anchor Rosemary Church as tensions continue to escalate.
Posted in On Campus on December 9, 2010
Model UN students ran the table at this year’s American Model United Nations International Conference in Chicago.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 16, 2010
Two Denisonians work to reduce the threat of biological and conventional weapon stockpiles in Africa.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 12, 2010
Students in Campaigns & Elections, and their fictional congressional candidates, experience the tough realities of the campaign trail.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 4, 2010
In a close race, Robert Dold ’91 is elected to Congress as a representative for Illinois.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 2, 2010
Economics prof Sohrab Behdad discusses Islamic economics in revolutionary Iran with Amsterdam’s Radio Zamaneh.
Posted in Voices of Denison on October 28, 2010
Economics prof Fadhel Kaboub addresses rising food prices in a letter to the Financial Times.