We're moving!

We're moving our new stories to Denison.edu, the college's super-sweet mothership. Over time, we'll be moving some of our best past stories from TheDEN over there too. In the meantime, we've made available an archive of all stories here. This archive will be available for a few months before this site is permanently shut down. See you at Denison.edu! - June 2016

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Cool physics

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Last week, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist came to the Hill. William Phillips, head of the Laser Cooling and Trapping Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), was hosted by the Physics and Astronomy department last week for

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Written By: Patrick Banner '18

Place your bids

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If you’re going to see the registrar, the president, or the provost in their offices this week, you’ll find the second floor hallway of Doane Academy converted into an impromptu art gallery — a collection of student prints and paintings

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Broadway on Broadway

Broadway on Broadway

Broadway comes to . . . well, West Broadway, at least once a semester in Granville thanks to the efforts and energy of the music department’s Belinda Andrews-Smith. Fifteen years ago, the opera-trained coordinator of vocal studies started the Singer’s

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Photo Credits: Tim Black Photography

Peace, love & potato salad

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Last June, Zack “Danger” Brown ’05 and some friends were passing time telling jokes. The group got on a potato salad kick, and after 15 minutes of bits on the starchy side dish, someone had a thought: wouldn’t it be

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Written By: Emily Hopcian ’12
Photo Credits: Jodi Miller Photography

Running for a cause

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The second annual 5Knobel racers pushed off from Lamson Lodge last Wednesday (April 30) and runners and walkers wound their way around campus—thankfully for most, bypassing the main drag, which pushed them to their limits early on in last year’s

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Photo Credits: Jace Delgado

Anything grows

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Last year, Lia Crosby ’13 and Shane Richmond ’13 had an idea to get nutritious food at affordable prices to low-income families in Newark, Ohio. Last summer, with the advice and help of Chris Ramsey, self-appointed social-consciousness-raiser/entrepreneur and owner of Newark’s

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Remembering Liz

Remembering Liz

Liz Minter ’13, an exuberant Denison communication major with a contagious personality from Bronxville, N.Y., died last spring of a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer, gliomatosis cerebri, but not before she made an indelible mark on her many

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Going back to give back

Going Back To Give Back

If you follow TheDEN or DenisonBigRed.com, you know about Makorobondo Kamongwa “Dee” Salukombo ’12. Now the world knows about him, too, because on Friday, the Associated Press wire service published a story by Rusty Miller called “So many angels have

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Photo Credits: Mike Munden, The Columbus Dispatch

Just can’t say enough about Dee

Just Can't Say Enough About Dee

The Columbus Dispatch is talking about Makorobondo Kamongwa “Dee” Salukombo ’12 again, and we wanted to make sure everyone had the chance to read sportswriter Rob Oller’s story that was published, not coincidentally, on the day of Denison’s commencement. Dee

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One day without shoes

One Day Without Shoes

DEN SHOTS:

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The honeymooners

The Honeymooners

Not many folks would choose the Denison Homestead as a honeymoon destination, but David Hughes ’04 and his new wife Erin, did. Okay, it wasn’t their only destination—just one stop on a 15-week cross-country cycling trip that started in San

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You might have to go 8,527 miles to find a better collection

You Might Have to Go 8,527 miles to Find a Better Collection

A recent gift to the Denison Museum has made what used to be one of the best collections of Burmese art in the world even better. Here’s how it happened: Owen Lee has lived near Granville for 25 years, but

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Make it happen

Make It Happen

So you want to change the world. How do you take your next step? Denison students are exploring the answers this week, during a six-day social entrepreneurship workshop called “Make It Happen,” which is offered by Denison’s Burton D. Morgan

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