For Courtney Vinopal ’13, working for the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., is more than writing and editing. It’s an opportunity to represent a unique and fascinating country.
Curtis Edmonds (’15) talks with the author during his visit to campus.
English Professor David Baker is both a poet whose words are lyrical and a musician who gives expression to melody.
Anne Barngrover '08 talks with retiring faculty member Dennis Read about the writing life, Denison, teaching, and their friendship.
Hal Holbrook ’48 and Michael Eisner ’64 discuss some of the ways Denison set the stage for their careers, including the auspicious beginnings of Mark Twain Tonight!, and the night an 18-year-old Eisner watched Holbrook perform in Swasey Chapel.