2016

Feb 10
2016
Newark Advocate

Angela Davis, political activist, scholar and author, will speak at Denison University on Thursday, Feb. 11.

Feb 10
2016
Granville Sentinel

Denison was a sponsor for a new local pedestrian bridge which was one of only 14 projects recognized for excellence by the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association.

Feb 9
2016
Columbus Dispatch

Denison student athletes earn national community service award with or 2,374 service hours in 2014-2015.

Feb 9
2016
Granville Sentinel

Discarded lead from shotgun pellets at a former shooting range may affect the future use of a local park. Denison students have taken samples and are preparing a recommendation report for local officials.

Feb 9
2016
WHAS 11 ABC

Actress and trustee for Save the Children, Jennifer Garner '94 testifies in support of “Save the Children” programs in Kentucky.

Feb 8
2016
Vanity Fair

Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner '64 is still knee-deep in the the business of entertainment. This Vanity Fair interview tells it all.

Feb 6
2016
WTOP

Michael Eisner '64, former Chair and CEO of Disney Co. shares how the iconic post-Super Bowl 'I'm Going to Disney World!' began.

Feb 5
2016
Cleveland Magazine

John Lancione '85 was named as a Top Attorney in Ohio by Cleveland Magazine. Lancione paractices medical malpractice law.

Feb 5
2016
Albuquerque Journal

Liz Reuss '01 is touring the country with Second City. The comedy sketch artist portrays the highs and lows of dating.

Feb 5
2016
Fox 8

The Cleveland Browns are sending Matt Barry '18 to the Super Bowl this year. Barry has had leukemia since he was a child. The gift was orchestrated by the Special Wish Foundation in Cleveland.

Feb 3
2016
Newark Advocate

“Orange is the New Black” author Piper Kerman met with Denison students and returning citizens to talk about prison reform.

Feb 3
2016
Newark ADvocate

Nobel Laureate William Phillips will offer a multimedia presentation, “Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe,” at Denison on Thursday, Feb. 11.

Feb 1
2016
Vox.com

Paul Djupe, associate professor of political science, researches the reasons why some Iowa caucuses are held in churches— and they might surprise you.

Feb 1
2016
Newark ADvocate

By investments in local properties, Denison University supports the health of the community.

Jan 29
2016
Indystar

A giant step up from a man cave, Bobby Rahal's 'champion cave' tells the story of this racing star from the Denison class of 1975.

Jan 28
2016
ABC 6TV

Lucas Romick '16 is already working to help thirsty children around the world. When he graduates this May, his new job will be devoted full-time to his life passion.

Jan 25
2016
northcoast.org

Denison University was honored with the Jostens Community Service Award, presented by the National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators at the NCAA Convention.

Jan 25
2016
WCPO Cincinatti

Former ambassador Tony Hall '64 says he likely won't be called on to help with release of University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier from North Korea.

Jan 21
2016
Columbus Dispatch

Granville Village Council has voted that the proposed solar panel array in Denison’s Biological Reserve “does not constitute commercial use.”

Jan 18
2016
The Athens News

“We need water in order to survive. We need poetry in order to live.”

Jan 15
2016
Cleveland.com

Denison ranked in top 100 of Kiplinger's “Most Affordable Colleges.” Denison is No. 3 in Ohio for affordability — ahead of Miami, Ohio State and College of Wooster.

Jan 14
2016
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Jordan Holmes '17 was recently named the United States Basketball Writers Association National Player of the Week.

Jan 12
2016
Newark Advocate

Denison University announces that Gregory W. Sneed has been selected to serve as the college’s first vice president for enrollment management.

Jan 7
2016
Broadway World

Actor John Davidson '63 will star in “On Golden Pond,” at the Judson Theatre in Raleigh, N.C.

Jan 4
2016
Big Prairie Bargain Hunter

Lucille Hastings '52 was honored with the Ohio Agriculture Women of the Year Award, which recognizes her contribution to Ohio's farm community.

2015

Dec 29
2015
Newark Advocate

Jenna Monroy, assistant professor of biology at Denison University, has been awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation for collaborative research on muscle function.

Dec 16
2015
The Columbia Missourian

Celebrated actor and Mark Twain maestro Hal Holbrook '48 receives honorary degree from Missouri University.

Dec 16
2015
The Nation

Lisa Torio '15, an intern with The Nation, opines in that publication about threats to Japan's pacifist position.

Dec 15
2015
Newark Advocate

Denison University is launching a ground breaking academic major in global commerce. The major provides Denison students with a solid core in commerce issues, combined with an in-depth focus on a global region through study in the humanities, social sciences and arts.

Dec 13
2015
Newark Advocate

Assistant professor of music Mark Wade, keeps his finger on the pulse of the music world - and performs with everyone form the Beach Boys to the Columbus Symphony Orchestra.

Dec 10
2015
FiveThirtyEight

Fascinating reading: A study co-authored by Denison prof Paul Djupe to understand the relationship between religion and the willingness to extend essential rights and liberties to minority groups.

Dec 10
2015
Huffington Post

In the Huffington Post, Denison President Adam Weinberg explains the ways colleges can “weave a global perspective throughout the educational process so that every student has an enlightening international experience.

Dec 4
2015
Huffington Post

As part of a series about the Paris climate talks, Pam Houston '83 writes a Letter to the Future in the Huffington Post.

Dec 2
2015
ThePlaidHorse.com

Kate Kosnoff '17 wants horse riders to see beyond the image of a “perfect” rider body. She's started “Riders for Well Being” to support healthy attitudes.

Nov 30
2015
Democrat & Chronicle

Award-winning author Pam Houston '83 is honored as the 2015 Writer's Voice featured author.

Nov 25
2015
Newark Advocate

The 16th annual Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 13 at Denison University in Swasey Chapel, 200 Chapel Drive.

Nov 24
2015
Open Primaries

Rob Moore '12, has long been an advocate for political reform. His two-year stint in Nebraska, observing the political scene there has clarified his views.

Nov 23
2015
Newark Advocate

In an event sponsored by the Newark Main Library, Professor David Baker shared his journey about becoming a poet and teacher.

Nov 20
2015
Financial News.com

CEO of CitiGroup's Europe, Middle East and Africa division, Jim Cowles '77 looks for economic opportunity in a rapidly changing environment.

Nov 20
2015
Philadelphia Inquirer

Ben Callaway '50, was a columnist who wrote about the outdoors and sports for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.

Nov 18
2015
Newark Advocate

Denison University's Beck Series, which brings accomplished authors to campus to read from their works and engage with students, will collaborate with Thurber House to host an annual author reading at the Columbus Museum of Art.

Nov 17
2015
Politico.com

In a Politico article, former senator Richard Lugar '54, former senator Sam Nunn and Des Browne, a former UK secretary of state for defense, discuss the threat of nuclear terrorism.

Nov 11
2015
Newark Advocate

A National Science Foundation grant in excess of $105,000 was awarded to Denison's Department of Chemistry to purchase specialized equipment for research.

Nov 11
2015
Newark Advocate

The Denison University Department of Dance will present its fall performance “All Sides in View,” with three works performed by 23 students.

Nov 11
2015
Newark Advocate

Acclaimed Jazz Violinist Regina Carter will perform her “Southern Comfort” concert, which explores folk tunes her paternal grandfather might have heard toiling in an Alabama coal mine.

Oct 31
2015
The Daily Beast

Associate Professor of Communication Bill Kirkpatrick unpacks the idea of the comparative obesities through a study of “The Nightmare on Elm Street” films.

Oct 27
2015
New York Times

The tomb of an extraordinarily wealthy Greek warrior, discovered by archeologist Sharon Stocker '81 and her husband Jack Davis, with an assist by Samantha Lee 17, may hold an important clue to unraveling the cultural history of Greece and Crete.

Oct 23
2015
Washington Post

Biology major Grant Adams '11 has put his knowledge to good use. During his time as a Peace Corp volunteer in the Peruvian mountains he discovered a new species of lizard.

Oct 22
2015
Salon.com

In a Salon article, Denison faculty Jack Shuler examines the current life of a death row exoneree who was released ten years ago.

Oct 21
2015
Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune obituary of landscape architect Tim Christie '47 details his love for the city and his lasting contributions.