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Denison University’s exceptional people and programs often appear in print and digital news publications around the world. Below are a few examples.
Dee Salukombo '12, Olympian and refugee from the Congo, spoke to a Youngstown, Ohio, town hall meeting about his gratitude as a welcomed refugee.
Professor Suzanne Condray was tapped for her expertise on Victoria Woodhull for an article about the first female presidential candidate.
Brian Wills '92, with Denison degrees in English and political science and a Master of Arts at Harvard, has opened his first Paris solo show.
“The Piano Lesson,” a Pulitzer-prize winning play by August Wilson, opens at Denison and gets rave reviews.
Hal Holbrook '48 began his career presenting the wit and wisdom of Mark Twain on the Denison stage, He continues to bring Twain's relevance to audiences.
Cinema major Mat McCabe '88 has a 25-year career mostly in fashion and advertising photographer, and he has worked with Heidi Klum for more than 10 years.
Nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize, Tony Hall ’64 continues his life's work in helping the hungry.
Denison artist-in-residence Jeni Hansen Gard brings together Denison, Granville and Newark communities.
How clubs, conflict, and campus life prepare students for real world success: Denison President Adam Weinberg in The Huffington Post.
Higher Ed thought leader Harry Boyte profiles Adam Weinberg in the Huffington Post.
The new documentary, “Amanda Knox,” co-written by Matt Hamachek '03 has had rave reviews from The New York Times and WSJ- check it out on Netflix.
Tom Atha '05 has renovated the former Crystal Ballroom in Newark. The grand reopening for newly christened Thirty-One West Ballroom takes place Oct. 4-8.
Professor Emeritus Andy Sterrett will receive the French Legion of Honor in a ceremony at Swasey Chapel on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11.
Denison and Granville enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship: Granville enhances the student experience, Denison provides millions to the local economy.
Denison President Adam Weinberg's thought leadership on civic agency is noted in this article by Harry Boyte.
Committed to making college affordable to middle and working-class families, Denison offers a new scholarship for students from Columbus schools.
In his work with the community, Prof. Joe Reczek mentors an award-winning science fair team that will head to the national championships.
Matt Theby '03 is profiled in this Evansville, Indiana 20 Under 40 list.
Chicago improv and sketch performer Alex Moffat '04 joins the cast of Saturday Night Live for its upcoming 42nd season.
Make Career Centers work for students: DU Pres. Adam Weinberg in Huffington Post
Denison University announces its Vail Series for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Ohio Arts Council has awarded close to $14,000 to two projects being shepherded by Denison University.
Actor Bruce Willis is treading in the footsteps of many a Denisonian as he visits Granville to film his new film, “First Kill.”
The Robbins Hunter Museum dedicated its new “Garden Folly” in honor of President Emeritus Dale Knobel and his wife, Tina.
In the light of Brexit and other challenges, Christine Hambleton '16 comments on the European Union.
Professor Emeritus Ron Santoni expounds on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Emeritus Professor Don Bonar taught for more than 50 years at Denison, and he's still willing to help out a student in need of math advice.
President Emeritus Dale Knobel and his wife Tina are honored at the naming of a “folly” at the Robbins Hunter Museum in Granville.
Emeritus Professor Tod Frolking reflects back on his time at Denison and the road ahead.
Denison President Adam Weinberg writes an open letter to liberal arts students nationwide in The Huffington Post.
Thought leader Harry Boyte recognizes the work of Denison President Adam Weinberg in an article: “College Presidents as Stewards of Democracy.”
Denison Venture Philanthropy Club issues a request for proposals from area nonprofit organizations for a grant of $10,000 and 200 student volunteer hours.
Dee Salukombo '12 will represent his country in the Rio Olympics. And the marathoner helps other young runners make their Olympics dreams come true, too.
Big Red baseball player Philip Papaioannou '17 is interning as a research assistant at the University of Chicago Medicine.
Bike riders will climb Alpe d’Denison (Ebaugh Hill) to support Pelotonia, the largest such bike race in the country, to raise funds to fight cancer.
Prof. Jack Shuler finds hope for the poverty-stricken in a local think tank that affects change by bringing the struggling to the policy table.
As a biology professor, Heather Rhodes appreciates her work with students and in the lab as a researcher.
The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, for which Ro Nita Hawes-Saunders '73 is CEO, receives important award from the New York Dance & Performance Awards.
An opinion by Hannah Kubbins '17 looks at the intersection of Native Americans and politics — and finds that Native Americans are routinely shortchanged.
Denison women's lacrosse coach Amanda Daniels has been named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year.
Denison women's basketball coach Sara Lee has been inducted into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Hall of Fame.
Money ranks Denison as the best-performing private college in Ohio and No. 41 on its list of best liberal arts colleges in the country.
A peace vigil for the victims of recent shootings, which took place on Denison's fine arts quad, welcomed members of the Denison and Granville communities.
Once again, Denison is included in the top tier on Forbes' list of “America's Top Colleges,” which annually ranks the best colleges nationally.
As part of the national conversation about shootings, Professor Shuler writes about a terrible burden not shared by all Americans.
Play Ball! - Denison baseball standout Evan Flax '17 is with the Licking County Settlers team this summer.
A profile of James Anderson '85, the senior vice president of communications at Turner Broadcasting, who serves as the company’s chief spokesperson.
Michael Eisner '64 walks host Alec Baldwin through his expansive film career and explains how he views risk and reward.
Connor Hanrahan '17 wants to be the CEO of legendary sunglass company Oakley - he's starting with an internship and wants to learn it all.
Seth Patton, Denison's vice president emeritus of finance and management, will be honored as the marshall for the Granville July 4 parade.
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