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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.
Bob Ghiloni's holistic approach to the game of basketball pays big dividends.
Denison University is ranked #26 in a new national poll of liberal arts colleges by Times Higher Education.
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.
This winter break, Denison students traveled to Roanoke, Va. to be the first in line to help renovate a home for low-income family.
Catch up on the music career of Joey “Aich” Holbert '16 in this Columbus Underground profile.
Denison University has one of the most beautiful college and university campuses in the country, according to a new poll.
The Granville Inn, owned by Denison University, is noted as one of the top 50 college hotels in the nation.
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.
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.
In this interview, Nan Carney-Debord '80, VP and director of athletics at Denison, discusses the leadership possibilities in an athletics career.
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.
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.
Julia Lacy '61, former Denison Trustee and philanthropist for education and children, among other causes, has died.
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.
After a career at Key Bank, Renee Tyack '98 is now CEO of Capital-Plus.
Jordan Holmes '17 recorded her sixth career triple-double Wednesday to become the all-time leader for NCAA Division III women’s players.
In this short video, Columbus, our big-city next-door neighbor, celebrates achievements made in 2016.
The 10-mile Granville scenic byway winds through the idyllic village, past the Denison campus into beautiful farming country.
Denison University’s plan for a proposed $30 million performing arts center has received the approval of the Granville Planning Commission.
Denison men's basketball is off to an undefeated, 6-0 start, beating 11th-ranked Wooster and now in top 25 Division III rankings.
“Shameless Light,” by associate professor Sheilah Wilson and partner Dani Leventhal, is part poetry, part video and drawings and part stage performance.
Denison University senior post Jett Speelman has been named North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.
Matt Hamachek '03 edited, co-produced, and co-wrote the documentary “Amanda Knox,” which will be screened, followed by a Q & A with Hamachek.
George Bodenheimer '80, former CEO of ESPN, is now focused on funding cancer research through the V Foundation.
Assistant Professor Laura Russell shares her observations on gratitude and how to look at our gifts through a fresh perspective.
Matt Hubbard '01 has won a regional Emmy for directing and editing “We're the Shazzbots.”
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.
Senator Richard Lugar '54, member of the Denison Board of Trustees, has been chosen as recipient of the Fulbright Prize for International Understanding.
The newest Wall Street Journal college and university rankings place Denison among the top-10 in the Midwest
Denison Theatre presents “The Traveller Returned,” a revival of a play by the first woman playwright in the U.S.A. — and still surprisingly relevant.
“The Last Arcade,” a film by Kurt Vincent '06 explores the lost culture of old-school arcades.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Heather Pool was interviewed about the recent election on the NPR program “All Sides with Ann Fisher.”
Denison and Granville-area veterans from World War II and the Korean conflict were honored at a special Veterans Day service at Swasey Chapel.
Conductor Daniel Meyer '94 wowed the crowds in Fresno with a “rousing concert.”
Asso. Prof. and Director of the Lisska Center, Margot Singer also is an author whose prize-winning novel, “Underground Fugue” will be published in 2017.
Assistant Professor Sam Cowling primarily focuses his work in metaphysics and the philosophy of science. Read more about his work and his favorite movies.
50 years ago Joanne Bath '57 introduced the Suzuki method of teaching music to Greenville, N.C. The success of her students is testament to her gifts.
Research by Paul Djupe, associate professor at Denison, indicates that evangelicals are willing to set aside concerns about Donald Trump's moral character.
A champion for alternative scheduling to attract, retain and develop workers, Amy Judge-Prein '89 is named 2016 Woman of Influence.
Dr. Jeanette Marlow '43, past president of the American Association of University Women, became a doctor at a time when few women were entering the field.
Dr. Kimberly Becher '02 has been named “Rural Health Care Provider of the Year” and was presented with her award by W.V. Senator Shelley Moore Capito.
Prof. Andy Sterrett will receive the French Legion d' Honneur at a special Veterans Day service. Profs. Gamble and Joseph also will be honored.
Denison will further its commitment to sustainability with a solar array, replacing 15% of the college's energy needs and reducing its carbon footprint.
In a Columbus CEO profile, author Jason Barger '98 says “we create a culture that takes whatever it is [businesses] are doing and makes it even better.”
Denison VP for Enrollment Greg Sneed says many skills, including grit, determination and leadership, make students successful in college and life.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, AASHE, has recognized Denison for its achievements in sustainability.
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park was the inspiration for the Stephen King classic “The Shining” and continues to inspire owner John Cullen '85 today.
The excellence of Denison's Knowlton Center for Career Preparation was recognized by Jeff Selingo in an article about colleges and careers.
William G. Bowen '55, life trustee, author, thought leader, former president of Princeton University and the Mellon Foundation, has died.
Jeffrey Masten '86, professor of English and gender and sexuality at Northwestern, delivers a lecture about Christopher Marlowe at Cornell.
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