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Mystery in the Sierra Nevada

Posted in Academics & Research on August 21, 2015

Three Denisonians go searching for answers to a geological mystery.

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Even sparrows in the prairies do it

Posted in Academics & Research on February 25, 2015

Sarah Winnicki ’16 turns her natural interest in birds into serious ornithology.

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Doobie’s man down under

Posted in Beyond Campus on October 20, 2014

For Roger Phelps ’16, studying abroad doesn’t mean leaving WDUB behind.

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Rethinking global education

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.

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More Than A Meal

More than a meal

Posted in Beyond Campus on February 27, 2012

Daisy Hackett ’13 is taking an interdisciplinary look at food—in Italy.

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A love letter to Senegal

Posted in Voices of Denison on January 25, 2012

Alexa Dorris ’12 studied in Senegal last year, and though she says she couldn’t come up with words to describe it—her incredible blog says otherwise.

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Denison in the blogosphere (10/6/11)

Denison in the Blogosphere (10/6/11)

Posted in Beyond Campus on October 6, 2011

Educational, cultural, and personal reports from students studying this semester in Tunisia, Chile, and Senegal.

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The plight of the refugee

The plight of the refugee

Posted in Voices of Denison on September 8, 2011

Betsy Fisher ’10 went to Jordan to teach English and learn Arabic. She returned with a commitment to advocate for refugees (and photos of many Denison friends.)

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Scholarship in far-away places

Posted in Beyond Campus on June 27, 2011

Students who’ve earned prestigious scholarships will be teaching and studying across the globe.

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The brush strokes of reconciliation

Posted in Academics & Research on October 22, 2010

Political Science major Erin Saul ’11 uses her studio art background to delve deep into Northern Ireland’s troubled past.

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Rachel Mattingly '11 discusses her research at the recent summer scholars poster presentation.

Where ‘more’ isn’t always better

Posted in Academics & Research on September 15, 2010

Rachel Mattingly ’11 and the non-oxymoron of a Buddhist approach to economic development.

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