Posted in Beyond Campus on January 15, 2016
Geologist Sam Maquis ‘83 moonlights as a successful mystery writer
Posted in On Campus on February 18, 2015
In a campus-wide art exhibition, students are challenged to think about the spaces in which their work will be displayed.
Posted in On Campus on March 13, 2014
The Black Student Union offers campus a look at painful U.S. history—and a beautiful culture.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 11, 2014
Denison welcomes the newest group of tenured faculty. When you see these folks on campus, don’t forget to say congrats!
Posted in On Campus on November 25, 2013
Members of the Great Lakes Colleges Association gathered at Denison for the GLCA Students of Color Leadership Conference — and they walked away with real plans to make a difference.
Posted in Voices of Denison on November 22, 2013
On the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, one alumnus reflects on the memory of a slain president and how that day changed the future.
Posted in On Campus on July 19, 2013
Ever wonder how the “Main Drag” came to be? Seems that Denison landmark was the idea of one clever man.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 12, 2013
June 12 marks a landmark 1967 Supreme Court decision that changed the way the United States views marriage.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 16, 2013
Adam Davis has just won a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to study charitable practices in medieval France.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 29, 2012
Denison’s newly digitized Historical Costume Collection showcases fashion from times gone by.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 12, 2012
In honor of Veteran’s Day, we tell the story of one local man—and a former Denison faculty member—whose World War II sacrifice ensured our freedom.
Posted in Voices of Denison on June 15, 2012
Cathy Dollard ’88 reflects on the impact of her former teacher and (now former) colleague, Professor Emeritus of History Don Schilling.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 16, 2012
Denison Magazine will be in the mail next week, and we have a sneak peek featuring a lost Kentucky community.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 19, 2012
The Orangeburg Massacre, one of the first violent civil rights confrontations on an American college campus, is the subject of a new book by faculty member Jack Shuler.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 15, 2012
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we set out to learn a little about luck.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 20, 2012
A class studying the history of Granville hears from President Knobel that the village’s true identity lies in its past.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 13, 2012
Professor Bill Kirkpatrick traces the early history of our hometown in his new book published by the Granville Historical Society.
Posted in Academics & Research on December 7, 2011
History professor Mitchell Snay looks back with a new book on Horace Greeley and looks ahead with a deep appreciation of the liberal arts.
Posted in Sights & Sounds on October 13, 2011
Dr. Ira Berlin visited campus to give a lecture. He also joined in that great DU tradition of hanging out with the students.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 10, 2011
It’s just one of the ways that students and profs help local schoolchildren to learn, but it might be one of the most fun.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 12, 2011
She was a talented musician, but it was her work as a folklorist and oral historian that will help to preserve Ohio’s musical past for generations to come.
Posted in On Campus on January 3, 2011
A recent gift reinforces Denison Museum’s status as one of the foremost repositories of Burmese art in the world.
Posted in On Campus on November 11, 2010
On Veterans Day, Denison honors those who have served.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 10, 2010
Assoc. Professor of English Fred Porcheddu ’87 uncovers history through a medieval manuscript.