May 1
2015
Columbus Dispatch

Denison University-owned Granville Inn celebrates a reopening after an extensive renovation and restoration.

Apr 30
2015
Cleveland.com

Anheuser-Busch 'hero' Dallas Puskar '06, is a special education teacher, who works weekend construction jobs and is a father to three daughters.

Apr 29
2015
Newark ADvocate

Denison has announced that David Englsih, currently with Augustana College, will serve as the college's next Chief Financial Officer.

Apr 29
2015
Newark Advocate

The Denison University Studio Art Program presents its exhibition for senior studio art majors, “Windowshop.” Denison student literary magazine, “Exile” will open that night as well. The student artists exhibiting are: Tyler Carroll, Caroline Clutterbuck, Janie Hall, Holly Hamlin, Katie Kuhns, Adam Rice, Krishonya Rogers, Katie Rosa, Khari Saffo, Jonathan Vega and Nora Victoroff.

Apr 24
2015
Columbus Dispatch

J. Patrick Lewis, former national children's poet laureate says Ohio should consider Denison Professor of English David Baker for first poet laureate of the state.

Apr 24
2015
Newark Advocate

Public service and America's global leadership were the topics former U.S. defense secretary Robert Gates addressed when speaking to the Denison community on behalf of the Lugar Lecture Series.

Apr 22
2015
Granville Sentinel

The Granville Chamber of Commerce and Denison University awarded Clary Sawyer, a Denison University senior from Menlo Park, Calif. the Kussmaul Award, which recognizes Denison University students who have contributed most to the friendly relations between Granville and the college.

Apr 22
2015
New York Times

Erik Klemetti, assistant professor of geosciences at Denison, and author of Wired blog “Eruptions,” was quoted in a New York Time article: “Never in the history of volcanology have so many volcanoes been monitored. We have the ability to sit and watch hundreds of volcanoes as they sleep, rumble or erupt — all from the comfort of our homes or offices.”

Apr 22
2015
Journal Gazette

Former Senator Richard Lugar ‘54 says that “America’s leadership on trade is needed more now than ever. We can either set the standards or we can have them set for us in this global economy as China and others push ahead with their own trade agreements. With 95 percent of the world’s customers living outside our borders, we cannot afford to sit on the sidelines.”

Apr 16
2015
Truthout

Olivia Auilar, associate professor of environmental studies, says that “Environmentalists don't have a diversity problem, they have an identity problem. And it's rooted in a racist history and unchecked biases.”

Apr 15
2015
Granville Sentinel

The Granville Inn will reopen its doors May 8 after nine months of renovation and expansion work.

Apr 10
2015
Washington Post

Paul Djupe's research on religion and and tolerance comes to light in a Washington Post article about religious freedom and gay marriage.

Apr 7
2015
Newark Advocate

Richard T. Berman, with 32 years of experience in career development and experiential education at Oberlin, Carleton, Kalamazoo and Beloit colleges, has been named the new Director of Career Exploration and Development at Denison University.

Apr 7
2015
Newark Advocate

Acclaimed a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, known for its diverse mixture of blues, African, jazz, gospel and R&B music, will cap off Denison University’s Vail Series.

Apr 5
2015
Northwest Indiana Times

Michael Schrage '70, is the president, CEO and chairman of the board for Centier Bank in Indiana, an independently owned bank with more than 750 employees..

Apr 1
2015
Newark Advocate

A lecture titled “Environmental Possibilities in the Worship of Sacred Mountains and Trees in India,” and “Slow Art Day” at the Denison Museum are two of the events happening next week at Denison.

Mar 26
2015
Granville Sentinel

The Denison Golf Club at Granville announces that the course is open and ready to play. Players of all skill levels are invited to play the historic course, which was designed by Donald Ross in 1924.

Mar 26
2015
Fox Business

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) is the subject of an opnion piece by Douglas Holtz Eakin ‘80 published on Fox Business. “.In my opinion, the FSOC is a risky venture at best,” says Holtz Eakin.

Mar 26
2015
Forbes magazine

Forbes has ranked Jonathan Silverstein '89 as a to 25 Life Science Investor, Silverstein is General Partner and Co-Head of Private Equity with OrbiMed Advisors.

Mar 26
2015
New York Times

The New York Times credits much of the success of the University of Kentucky's men's basketball program to John Robic '86. Robic is the assistant coach to the Wildcats, which are seeded high in the NCAA playoffs. “What makes Robic especially rare is his combination of experience, talent and competence and the inconspicuous way in which he blends the three.”

Mar 25
2015
Newark Advocate

Upcoming events at Denison include poet Anne Barngrover '08 and author Ted Conover, the Books 2 Eat Festival and two Philosophy events.

Mar 20
2015
The Atlantic

Jack Shuler, associate professor of English asks “Can Executions Be More Humane?” in an article in The Atlantic magazine. In it he explores the viability of an untested procedure as an alternative to lethal injection.

Mar 18
2015
Newark Advocate

Denison University junior Wallace Branche leaped into history Saturday afternoon, placing seventh in the triple jump at the NCAA Division III indoor national meet. Branche became the first Big Red field event All-American in nearly 25 years, and first in the triple jump in almost 40 years.

Mar 17
2015
Newswise

The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) welcomes Ceara N. Flake as its Director of Legal Affairs, a new position within the organization, which represents the U.S. cleaning products industry.

Mar 15
2015
El Paso Times

Denison faculty Susan Garcia comments on The Siglo do Oro Drama Festival, which presnts plays from the Golden Age of Spanish Theatre. “The Siglo de Oro Drama Festival at the Chamizal National Memorial is a source of enormous pride,” Garcia said. “There are other festivals all over the world that claim to celebrate a particular classical theater, but the Chamizal festival is unique in its dedication to the Siglo de Oro, unadulterated and undiluted.”