During Big Red Weekend, the Black Box Theatre in Burke saw the premiere of not just one production, but three. It’s part of an exciting new festival program at Denison that has even more students involved, and they’re getting hands-on experience in even more aspects of theatre production.
Madison Owen ’14 of Novi, Mich., interned with Mickey Guisewite ’82, founder of The Bottomless Toy Chest. Here, in her own words, Madison describes the experience, where she learned practical business skills—and the profound power of an idea.
Denisonians learn all over the world, some with prestigious scholarships applied for through our Gilpatrick Center for Student Research and Fellowships. Here students talk about their vastly different experiences—in Ohio, Great Britain, and Bangladesh.