What's Happening

Lectures & Discussions
The Queer Studies Program presents a talk by Linda Hess.
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Dr. Elliot Fegelman
English major & Surgeon Dr. Elliott Fegelman '82 is VP of medical affairs at Kaleidoscope Innovation, one of Cincy's largest market research firms.
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Chelsey Warner
Chelsey Warner '11 is making a living in her dream industry and city - the post production supervisor makes magic happen on screens big & small.
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David Baker
"Work Like a Dog Day" is celebrated with poems about our canine friends. Enjoy 'Mongrel Heart' by David Baker & 'Dharma' by Billy Collins.
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Sara Abou Rashed
Sara Abou Rashed '21 came to the U.S. in 2013 from her war-torn homeland. Today, she inspires audiences through her writing and her one-woman show.
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Allison Lyttle
Music and English major Allison Lyttle '12 will give her skills and knowledge a workout on the July 2 episode of "Jeopardy!"
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Ann Townsend
An NYTimes reviewer notes "the elegant language and turbulent feeling" of Prof. Ann Townsend's recent volume of poetry, "Dear Delinquent."
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Gabriele Eimontaite '18 art piece
Alumni
English and women's & gender studies major Gabriele Eimontaite '18 won an AP award for this piece she wrote as an intern with the Newark Advocate.
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David Baker
"David Baker’s poetry stitches the fractured world into art," says NYTimes critic about the Denison professor's volume of new and selected poems.
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Barney Davis
English Professor Ann Townsend's new collection of poetry explores the mistakes we make in relationships.
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David Baker
Poet and English Prof. David Baker gathers poems for his upcoming collection, 'Swift: New and Selected Poems.'
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Margot Singer
"Underground Fugue" by author and professor Margot Singer has been shortlisted for a Jewish Book Council award.
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Michael Croley
Faculty
English prof. Michael Croley explores issues of identity and displacement in his debut collection of short stories, 'Any Other Place.'
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football game
Faculty
A film by Denison faculty looks at a Portsmouth, Ohio semi-pro football team, and how they support each other through their history with opioids.
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Author Min Jin Lee
Lectures & Discussions
Min Jin Lee, author of National Book Award finalist 'Pachinko,' presents a reading, courtesy of the Beck Series.
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C.L. Lindsay III '93
Alumni
C.L. Lindsay III '93 founded CO-STAR national students’ rights organization helping 1000s of college students with legal problems at no expense.
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People at a Between Coasts writers forum
Three story-telling workshops offer possibilities to the community to tell stories via video and writing — as journalists and memoirists.
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snowball of pills chasing humans
Faculty
"We must confront the implicit bias and stigma" toward people with substance use disorder says Dr. Thomas Kimball, citing Prof. Shuler's writing.
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Pam Houston '83
Alumni
In 'Deep Creek,' Pam Houston's new book, her off-the-beaten-track ranch and interior life are inextricably woven together.
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Pam Houston '83
Alumni
Houston’s new book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country,” is an "elegy to the disappearing wild places on Earth."
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Students in conversation
For 25 years the Jonathan Reynolds Workshop has shown young writers how to find their voice & develop the expertise to become exceptional writers.
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Bottle of pills spilled
Prof. Jack Shuler writes about 5 groups successfully fighting addiction in Newark, Ohio, that could serve as a model for others around the country.
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Alumni
Elyse Dolan '13 has been hired by American Blues Theatre as director, designer and Associate Producer.
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Frieze of WWI soldiers
Alumni
Buz Ecker '79 shares WWI history through letters between his grandparents.
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Alumni
Author and teacher Mason Winfield '73 explores the sleepy hollows of Western New York in a new class.
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Alumni
Abbe Wright '07 has been named as a "Rising Star" by Publisher's Weekly
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Peter Grandbois
Faculty
Prof. Peter Grandbois' new book "Kissing the Lobster" approaches the sport of fencing as a metaphor for life.
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David Baker
Faculty
Poet and English Professor David Baker's most recent book, "Seek After: on Seven Modern Lyrics Poets," explores the life and work of seven poets.
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Jack Stoddard '92
Alumni
Jack Stoddard '92 has been named COO of a new health care venture between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase, led by Dr. Atul Gawande.
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Author Peter Grandbois
Faculty
English prof. Peter Grandbois places his own history within the context of values from a samurai code.
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