Apr 24
2017
Automotive News

Katie Bowman Coleman '86 uses her retail background with Ralph Lauren to transform her company's auto sales.

Apr 23
2017
Columbus Dispatch

A look back a few of the stars that walked the Ace Morgan stage, and a look forward at the possibilities for new Michael Eisner Center for Performing Arts.

Apr 14
2017
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Andrea Karl Byrum '14 is the women’s winner of the St. Louis Marathon in 3:01:31. Byrum was a President's Medalist and soccer standout at Denison.

Apr 13
2017
Washington Post

“Underground Fugue,” by Prof. Margot Singer “travels up and down the scale of sorrow, reflecting the musical and psychological connotations of her title.”

Apr 12
2017
The Voice Tribune

Alyson Thiel '08 is putting her studio art major to work, crafting artisan paper flower fascinators and hats for the Kentucky Derby.

Apr 11
2017
Newark Advocate

The Denison Big Red baseball team has set a new school record for consecutive wins. Their latest victory over Oberlin is the 12th in a row.

Apr 11
2017
The Washington Post

Research by Prof. Djupe indicates that liberal to moderate evangelicals have been leaving their churches because they disagree with the Christian right.

Apr 8
2017
Columbus Dispatch

The Homestead celebrates 40 years with three days of stories, library and museum exhibits, tours, music, food, and mindfulness.

Apr 4
2017
Newark Advocate

The Denison Golf Club has been brought back to its historic standard of excellence, with a renovated club house and a reseeded, well-groomed course.

Apr 4
2017
Huffington Post

Lowell Byers '08 wrote and stars in “Luft Gangster,” an off-Broadway play based on the true story of Louis Fowler, a WWII airman from South Carolina.

Apr 3
2017
Hindustan Times

Davis Projects for Peace awardee Mrinalini Mitra '20 will use her $10,000 grant to bring sustainable solar power to the village of Poore Pandey in India.

Mar 29
2017
CalThomas.com

Cal Thomas interviews former congressman and ambassador Tony Hall '64 about his career and his take on why politics don't work today.

Mar 28
2017
Akron Children's Hospital

A former Denison basketball player and biology major, Dr. Sarah Perrine '09 is now a pediatrician at Akron Children's Hospital.

Mar 27
2017
Inside Higher Ed

Denison University's Data Analytics program generates results - even in its first year. ” A new article drills into the details of Denison's success.

Mar 18
2017
Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Sheilah Wilson uses billboards to kick-start conversation and learning in an innovative project that teams Denison students and local schoolchildren.

Mar 8
2017
Newark Advocate

Denison University is the No. 1 college among its peers for Peace Corps volunteers, with 16 Denison alumni currently serving worldwide.

Feb 20
2017
Columbus Dispatch

Portland Trailblazer all-star Evan Turner is a mentor to Devon Pitts ’17 — on and off the court. Turner paid a surprise visit to Pitts on DU’s senior day.

Feb 14
2017
Newark Advocate

Jeremy King ’97 developed a passion for sustainability during his tenure with the Peace Corps.

Feb 6
2017
Cobb Business Journal

Allison Moran '90 leads one of the largest convenience store companies in the county, RaceTrac Petroleum.

Feb 1
2017
Smithsonian Magazine

An ancient Greek tomb reveals its secrets to Sharon Stocker ’81, overturning history and rewriting the roots of Western Civilization.

Jan 30
2017
NCAA.com

Jordan Holmes '17 smashes NCAA Div. III rebound record. Her record stands at No. 9 across all divisions - and she is nearing the record for blocked shots.

Jan 24
2017
The Hechinger Report

Denison, Williams, Grinnell and USC are national leaders, praised for the economic diversity of their students.

Jan 22
2017
The Chronicle of Higher Education

Chronicle of Higher Education on the Women's March through the eyes of Denison students as they learn through experience, conversation and participation.

Jan 17
2017
Newark Advocate

Bob Ghiloni's holistic approach to the game of basketball pays big dividends.

Jan 13
2017
Times Higher Education

Denison University is ranked #26 in a new national poll of liberal arts colleges by Times Higher Education.

Jan 12
2017
Newark Advocate

Big Red men's basketball is on fire — with a 13-1 record and a candidate for Div III national player of the year, Denison enjoys its best start since 1913.

Jan 12
2017
wdbj7.com

This winter break, Denison students traveled to Roanoke, Va. to be the first in line to help renovate a home for low-income family.

Jan 10
2017
Columbus Underground

Catch up on the music career of Joey “Aich” Holbert '16 in this Columbus Underground profile.

Jan 6
2017
Collegerank.net

Denison University has one of the most beautiful college and university campuses in the country, according to a new poll.

Jan 6
2017
Collegerank.com

The Granville Inn, owned by Denison University, is noted as one of the top 50 college hotels in the nation.

Jan 5
2017
405 Magazine

Bennett Berry '00 is an accomplished studio artist who also is making waves with witty and clever memes - especially if you're an Oklahoma Thunder fan.

Jan 5
2017
Elle Magazine

Author Margot Singer, director of the Lisska Center and English professor, is debuting a novel, “Underground Fugue,” which Elle places on its top 25 list.

Jan 5
2017
Perspective on Athletics

In this interview, Nan Carney-Debord '80, VP and director of athletics at Denison, discusses the leadership possibilities in an athletics career.

Jan 4
2017
Newark Advocate

LeRoy “Ace” Morgan '46 was a student for only one year at Denison before he was killed in WWII, but he is remembered with vivid fondness.

Jan 3
2017
Columbus Dispatch

Senior Jett Speelman #33 has helped lead Big Red basketball to a 9-1 start with an average of 18.2 points and 4.9 rebounds for the season.

Jan 3
2017
Indianapolis Star

Julia Lacy '61, former Denison Trustee and philanthropist for education and children, among other causes, has died.

Jan 2
2017
Knoxville News-Seninel

Sara Compher-Rice '99 is named to the “40 under 40” list in Knoxville, where she is president of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Jan 1
2017
Columbus Dispatch

After a career at Key Bank, Renee Tyack '98 is now CEO of Capital-Plus.

Dec 29
2016
Newark Advocate

Jordan Holmes '17 recorded her sixth career triple-double Wednesday to become the all-time leader for NCAA Division III women’s players.

Dec 23
2016
Vimeo

In this short video, Columbus, our big-city next-door neighbor, celebrates achievements made in 2016.

Dec 23
2016
This Week Community News

The 10-mile Granville scenic byway winds through the idyllic village, past the Denison campus into beautiful farming country.

Dec 13
2016
Newark Advocate

Denison University’s plan for a proposed $30 million performing arts center has received the approval of the Granville Planning Commission.

Dec 7
2016
Newark Advocate

Denison men's basketball is off to an undefeated, 6-0 start, beating 11th-ranked Wooster and now in top 25 Division III rankings.

Dec 7
2016
Ruidoso News

“Shameless Light,” by associate professor Sheilah Wilson and partner Dani Leventhal, is part poetry, part video and drawings and part stage performance.

Dec 7
2016
Newark Advocate

Denison University senior post Jett Speelman has been named North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.

Nov 30
2016
Newark Advocate

Matt Hamachek '03 edited, co-produced, and co-wrote the documentary “Amanda Knox,” which will be screened, followed by a Q & A with Hamachek.

Nov 29
2016
ABC 11

George Bodenheimer '80, former CEO of ESPN, is now focused on funding cancer research through the V Foundation.

Nov 22
2016
Inside Higher Ed

Assistant Professor Laura Russell shares her observations on gratitude and how to look at our gifts through a fresh perspective.

Nov 17
2016
Lancaster Eagle-Gazette

Matt Hubbard '01 has won a regional Emmy for directing and editing “We're the Shazzbots.”

Nov 12
2016
Newark Advocate

Veterans from World War II and Korean conflict honored during a moving Veterans Day service featuring Prof. Andy Sterrett and the French Legion of Honor.