Dec 18
2014
Granville Sentinel

Ron Santoni, Maria Theresa Barney Chair Emeritus, opines about black and white responses and responsibility to our history and recent events.

Dec 16
2014
Business Insider

Denison is in the top 100 of two Business Insider lists: “Smartest Colleges” and “Smartest Private Colleges.”

Dec 15
2014
The Greenwich Post

Molly Chapman '15 earned first-team National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) all-region recognition for the first time in her career.

Dec 13
2014
Delaware Gazette

A joint endeavor by Denison and Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan and the College of Wooster, will give 10 recent recipients of the doctoral degree in languages from Ohio State University appointments to two-year teaching positions at the consortium.

Dec 11
2014
PBS Newshour

Jennifer Garner '94 narrates a video highlighting the importance of early childhood education for a program expanding early education opportunities for tens of thousands of children by announcing $1 billion in public-private spending on programs for young learners.

Dec 10
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison Professor Emeritus Tom Gallant was awarded the Granville Rotary Club’s Vocational Service Award, one of the organization’s two top honors, for his role as an educator, public servant and community historian.

Dec 9
2014
Indy Star

In former Sen. Richard Lugar's annual “America and the World” address at Marian University, he recommended abstaining from new sanctions on Iran at least during the seven-month extension of the talks.

Dec 8
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison University announced Monday that Daniel Hect is the college’s new director of campus safety, beginning Dec. 8, succeeding Garret Moore, the former director of campus safety, who has moved into the newly created position of Title IX Investigator for the college.

Dec 7
2014
Indianapolis Star

A top Indiana high school students gathered on Saturday, Dec. 6, at the University of Indianapolis to talk about leadership in a changing world with former Sen. Richard Lugar '54, made sure the students walked away with a lesson on terrorism, energy and foreign policy.

Dec 5
2014
Wall Street Journal

Union problems in U.S. ports are the subject of a guest opinion by Douglas Holtz-Eakin '80 in The Wall Street Journal.

Dec 4
2014
Yahoo FInance

At California's Lassen volcano, small blobs of fresh molten rock reheated part of the volcano's old, cooling magma, triggering several recent eruptions, a new study by Denison geosciences faculty Erik Klemetti reports. The magma beneath the volcano resembled congealed leftovers — a warm slush of crystals surrounded by small pockets of molten rock too thick and sticky to erupt.

Dec 4
2014
Nerd Wallet

Students who want to be eligible to receive financial aid from the government or their college have to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Nancy Hoover, Denison's director for financial aid helps dispel the most common FAFSA myths shouldn’t hold you back from applying for financial aid for college.

Dec 4
2014
Trib Live

Daniel Meyer ’94, artistic director of the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, enjoys bringing great music to people and feels comfortable doing it in a variety of places.

Dec 1
2014
Midland Daily News

Brandon Sklenar '15, from Midland Mich., recently completed his senior football season as quarterback and a team captain for Denison University — and he made a big impact in his final couple of years with the Big Red.

Dec 1
2014
Observer-Reporter

Michael Kushner '07 and his partners have created a business, "Goods of Record,” which features products made by small American producers who source all of their materials in the U.S.

Nov 28
2014
U.S. News and World Report

Michael Eisner '64, an unofficial, unpaid adviser to Mayor Eric Garcetti, has been working behind the scenes to bring pro football back to the center of the nation's second largest city.

Nov 21
2014
NCAC

Denison University Director of Athletics Nan Carney-DeBord has announced a new appointment within the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation. Lynsey Whisner, the college's current head volleyball coach, will assume the role of a director of club sports, intramurals and student wellness, a new position within the department.

Nov 20
2014
Black Enterprise

Often finding himself working late hours at his corporate job, LaForce Baker '10 —both a foodie and a marathoner—became increasingly frustrated that the only late-night food options available were “pizza and unhealthy Chinese food.

Nov 19
2014
Columbus Dispatch

Jack O’Neill, Denison Life Trustee, developed houses designed for the swarm of World War II veterans returning home and looking to settle in and start families. He then helped them find jobs by building a nearby industrial park.

Nov 18
2014
NerdWallet

For many students, college is full of fun firsts: your first time living away from home, joining a sorority or fraternity and tailgating for football games, to name a few. But all of those things cost money, and Mom and Dad won’t be there to help you pay for everything or manage those costs.

Nov 18
2014
wlfi.com

Two years after his own ouster by Republicans in a primary campaign, former Republican Senator Richard Lugar '54 says he was surprised by the extent of his party’s gains in this year’s mid-term elections.

Nov 17
2014
Columbus Dispatch

In NCAA Division III, DuShaawn Brown '16 ranks second nationally in receiving yardage, ninth in touchdown receptions, 10th in receptions per game and seventh in all-purpose yardage.

Nov 17
2014
Newark Advocate

Local leaders mourned the loss of Southgate Corp. founder and Denison Life Trustee Jack O'Neill and pondered what Licking County would be like without his efforts to bring industry, housing and retail to the area.

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.