Nov 17
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison University Life Trustee Jack O'Neill was first appointed a member of the Board of Trustees in 1971 and served as Vice-Chair of the Board, Vice-Chair of the Building & Grounds Committee, and on the Investment Committee. Although he was not himself an alumnus, as a Denison parent and grandparent Jack was a dedicated and enthusiastic ambassador and volunteer for the college. He served as a Parents Council Volunteer and as a Campaign Volunteer for the highly successful Denison 150th Anniversary Campaign.

Nov 15
2014
Crain's Cleveland Business

Michele Abraham '98, in-house counsel for Timken, has been nominated for Crain's Cleveland Business General and In-house Counsel Award. Timken's four-time selection for inclusion in the “World's Most Ethical Companies” listing compiled by the Ethisphere Institute.

Nov 14
2014
Columbus Business First

While news of Denison University's purchase of the Granville Inn has had a year to circulate, the school recently received another feather for its cap in the form of the Granville Golf Course.

Nov 13
2014
Newark Advocate

The Denison College Republicans sponsored an appearance by Oliver North, former lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps, a National Security Council staff member under President Ronald Reagan during the Iran-Contra affair in the 1980s, and now a military and political commentator, spoke to a couple hundred military veterans and a smattering of students at the school's Swasey Chapel.

Nov 12
2014
Granville Sentinel

Denison’s Deshawn Brown, a junior receiver from Phoenix, Ariz., set a North Coast Athletic Conference record with 339 yards on 15 receptions and four touchdowns in the 45-7 rout of visiting Allegheny in the NCAC.

Nov 12
2014
Newark Advocate

A series of exhibitions titled “Of Other Landscapes: Contested Environments in Representation,” include an exhibition, a film screening and a symposium. In addition, Denison Theatre present “Little Shop of Horrors.”

Nov 10
2014
60 Minutes

Steve Carell '84, is getting rave reviews for his movie “Foxcatcher.” This 60 Minutes interview mentions his Denison days and gives an overview of his career to date.

Nov 6
2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biology major Sue Myers '91, is the executive director of Common Ground Community Agriculture, which she organized to grow food for the hungry.

Nov 4
2014
Best College Values

For those living in the midwest, visiting Denison can be an excellent treat for the fall. Located in Granville, Ohio, this rural campus is booming with vibrant colors each autumn. On campus, you will find students, professors, and individuals, strolling the paths or enjoying a bench seat. For the science and nature lovers, Denison University offers a biological reserve displaying beautiful foliage and wildlife.

Nov 4
2014
Newark Advocate

Upcoming Denison events include the acclaimed classically trained sisters from Korea, the Ahn Trio; the Empty Bowls Sale; a CD release concert by Andy Carlson; and a jazz concert with Pete Mills.

Oct 29
2014
Newark Advocate

Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, military figure and political commentator, will speak at a fundraiser to support The Licking County Veteran Services Commission and The Wounded Warriors Project.

Oct 29
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison students from various organizations came together over two weeks to raise funds and provide other services for local groups that advocate for the homeless and hungry.

Oct 29
2014
Yahoo Finance

At Liberal Arts colleges, where undergraduate studies emphasize the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences in small classrooms, Denison students are high on a national list of 'smartest students.'

Oct 28
2014
L.A. Times

Associate Professor of English Jack Shuler, discusses the heavy-laden import of the noose in an L.A. Times Op Ed. Shuler is the author of "The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose."

Oct 22
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison events for late October and early November include lectures “Big Ideas in Mathematics and Sports,” “Jordan, the Arab Uprisings, and the Legacies of State Formation” and others.

Oct 14
2014
Logan Daily News

Brian Lindamood '94 manages the editorial and digital operations for publications including Capital Style, a bimonthly women's magazine; Columbus Alive, a weekly entertainment newspaper; Columbus Crave, a quarterly dining magazine; and the city magazine Columbus Monthly.

Oct 14
2014
Columbus Biz First

Denison University has accepted a gift of the Granville Golf Course, which will remain a public course, under the management of Davey Golf, a division of Davey Tree Expert Co.

Oct 12
2014
Newark Advocate

Organized by Tom Atha '05, downtown Newark, Ohio enjoyed “Bluegrass on Main” a day-long festival featuring several prominent Bluegrass bands including The Lonesome River Band and Denison music faculty Andy Carlson and Casey Cook.

Oct 12
2014
The Times and Democrat

Jack Shuler, author of “The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose,” read from his book at a literary event in Orangeburg, S.C. “These are things that I think are important and affect the present,” Shuler said after the event.

Oct 10
2014
NPR

NPR's cohost of “All Things Considered,” Lynn Neary, reached out to French Professor Charles O'Keefe to discuss the latest Nobel Prize winner for literature, French novelist Patrick Modiano.

O'Keefe noted: “Modiano is a literary phenomenon in France. The academics love him, and the public loves him. He's a bestseller, but outside of France, he's less known and not generally perceived as being part of any sort of sophisticated literary culture.”

Oct 10
2014
The Mirror UK

In an interview about his favorite kind of day, Steve Carell '84, star of “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” talks about life at home with his wife and kids and how his co-star Jennifer Garner '94, pranked him on the set.

Oct 2
2014
New York Times

Ann Hagedorn '71, author of "The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security,” opines in the New York Times about our dependence on private security contractors and the inherent dangers therein.

Oct 2
2014
The Times and Democrat

Shuler’s book, “The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose,” explores the nation’s history of execution as a central narrative to American history. He will appear at a book signing at the Orangeburg Fine Arts Center.

Oct 2
2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Golzar Meamar '16, interned with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette last summer. In this piece published in the Post-Gazette, she discusses her experience with the Greek system at Denison and how it has enhanced her undergraduate life.

Sep 23
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison is helping to lead the Licking County Solar Conference, which will provide information about how to install solar arrays, how to apply for incentives, sustainable and NetZero building design, reputable solar installers and even career and educational opportunities.