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Denison University overlooks the town of Granville—a lovely village of about 4,800 people. And just down the road is Columbus, one of the nation’s most vibrant and technologically sophisticated cities.
2016 has been a great year for Columbus, our big-city next-door neighbor. This short video highlights the achievements of a banner year.
Columbus, Granville's next-door neighbor, has been voted #5 on the best large cities for college students in a WalletHub survey.
Forbes ranks Ohio as the No. 11 Best State for Business and the No. 1 state for quality of life.
Columbus increased Venture Capital Startups by 400% over 5 years.
Denison students brought August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play “The Piano Lesson” to Columbus as part of the city's celebration of the playwright.
Forbes and Money magazines have just placed Columbus high on their lists of great places to live and work.
Two recent articles note that Columbus is ranked as #1 in logistics and “Silicon Valley of retail.”
Granville's Scenic Byway has been approved by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Denison alum Tom Atha '05 has renovated a former architectural jewel of Newark - the Crystal Ballroom. It is re-opening as the Thirty-One West Ballroom.
Our metropolis next door, Columbus, wins the $40 million Smart City Challenge, plus another $10 million for transportation and technology.
Starting in fall 2017, Denison University will offer 20 Columbus City Schools students four-year scholarships worth $188,000.
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