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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.
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.
As chief of staff to the governor of Minnesota, Jaime Tincher '99 provides direction and stability to the office.
Jim Oelschlager '64 and his wife Vanita have been recognized with the 2016 Bert A. Polsky Humanitarian Award.
James Sulikowski '91, “Dr. Shark,” was featured on the Discovery Channel. He has pioneered a method to sonogram live sharks to determine pregnancy.
Betsy Fisher '10, policy director for the International Refugee Assistance Project at the Urban Justice Center, explains how asylum seekers are mistreated.
President Weinberg and Professor Carlson express their commitment to the Thirty One West restoration in Newark.
In a recent blog, English Professor Jack Shuler discusses his pride in our active, affirming, and brave community.
David Jonas '78 has been appointed to the board of directors for the Young Marines, a national youth organization.
Dee Salukombo '12 heads to the Olympics representing Democratic Republic of Congo. He credits DU coach Phil Torrens and Lou Mitchell '57 for his success.
On the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500, Bobby Rahal '75 reflects on his win 30 years ago.
The work of Denison Professor Karen Graves is featured in “The Committee,” an award-winning documentary that is airing on PBS stations.
Christopher Swanson '94, professor of mathematics and director of the Honors Program at Ashland University, named president of the Ohio Section of the MAA.
Denison is playing a supporting role in Newark's Canal Street Market endeavor.
Randy Hollerith '86 has been named as dean of Washington National Cathedral, one of the nation’s most prominent houses of worship.
Huffington Post article features Denison's planning and actions as the college moves beyond diversity to inclusion.
Granville Elementary School students will tap Denison Golf Club maple trees for lesson in “sugaring.”
James D. Travis '54, brilliant advertising executive whose TV ad helped re-elect Ronald Reagan: New York Times obituary.
Denison named its Lisska Center for Scholarly Engagement in honor of Professor Anthony Lisska in recognition of his service and dedication to the college.
Denison football player and track & field team member Luke Romick '16 was awarded the national Coach Wooden Cup for athletes who serve their communities.
Margaret Hawthorne '78 has been appointed as the U.S. Consul General to Curacao and Chief of Mission to Aruba, and other islands.
In a Huffington Post blog, Harry Boyte, of Augsburg College, recognized the work Denison President Adam Weinberg is emphasizing on campus.
Denison University honored Adam Davis, associate professor of history, and Robert Weis, associate professor of psychology, with the prestigious Charles A. Brickman Teaching Excellence award.
Heather Stouffer '96, founder and CEO of Mom Made Foods, offers healthy meals you can pull out of the freezer.
Susan West Levine '86 has been named the CEO of the Lowell Community Health Center in Massachusetts.
In a Washington Post article, a high school counselor says that the best colleges change students' lives — and calls out Denison as an example.
Tony Hall '64, former congressman and ambassador to the United Nations, worked across the aisle to forward issues on poverty, hunger and religious freedom.
Betsy Fisher '10, the deputy policy director for the International Refugee Assistance Project, points to the plight of Afghan interpreters.
Jack Shuler, associate professor of English, took a final drive to an execution - and talks about death penalty vigils in Ohio.
In a New York Times Op-Ed, Douglas Holtz-Eakin '80 discusses the merits and costs of long-term mass incarceration policies.
Former ESPN President George Bodenheimer '80 reminisces about ESPN and his unlikely career path.
Associate Professor Paul Djupe's research indicates that intolerant people support politicians across the spectrum.
In a Huffington Post blog, Denison President Adam Weinberg spells out the power of data analytics combined with the liberal arts.
Denison University receives $9.3M gift from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation to support the college's career center.
Former Senator Richard Lugar '54 calls for a return of 'establishment values' to save America.
“Epoch,” a Denison student art exhibition, also serves as a preview for the Newark Art Space.
During Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Mae Ngai's visit to Denison, she presented a lecture and spoke in several classes.
“A Picasso,” by playwright Jeff Hatcher '80, explores the life of Pablo Picasso in WWII.
Denison playwright-in-residence, the award-winning Len Jenkin, opens a new play at the college.
Denison University has announced that Sister Helen Prejean will serve as the keynote speaker at the college’s 175th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14.
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