What's Happening

Conferences & Symposia
Ali Imran '24 will present their summer scholar research, "Laal Husayn: The Queer Politics of Sufism and Poetic Voice in Punjab."
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Connie Schultz visits Denison
Lectures & Discussions
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Connie Schultz helps kick off Denison’s new journalism major as part of her writing residencies on campus.
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Lily Carroll '22
Internships
Lily Carroll '22, a double major in English and religion, leapt at an opportunity to hone her skills during a Story Magazine internship.
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Barento
Taha shares his journey into public health and documentary filmmaking with journalism/English, global health and sociology classes.
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David Baker
Author and Professor of English David Baker's poem, "Can You Say It," is featured in "The New Yorker". Enjoy the poem read aloud by Baker.
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Professor Margot Singer
Before becoming an English professor at Denison, Prof. Margot Singer was a partner at international management consulting firm, McKinsey & Co.
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An aerial view of north quad and the IM field
Poetry by Riley Halpern '22
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Awards & Honors
Madelyn Kay Dirrim, English major, with minors in music and women and gender studies, was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
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Awards & Honors
Sara Abou Rashed: International Studies, English major and Middle East and North African Studies minor was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
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Prof. Michael Croley
Faculty
Prof. Michael Croley shares his story as an Asian American in Appalachia.
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Denison Professor and author Peter Grandbois
Author and Professor Peter Grandbois releases two new collections of poetry about mental illness and aging.
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Prof. Jack Shuler
Faculty
Prof. Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio," recently has has won awards including the Malott Prize and the Richard Frisbie Award.
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Fulbright & International Scholarships
English major Amber Wardzala '21 has been awarded a Fulbright ETA to Taiwan.
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Students
Each year, Journalism partners across a range of disciplines to tell stories from an inside perspective for the Denison Podcast-a-thon.
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Exhibitions
Denison Creative Writing and Studio Art majors celebrate their senior capstone projects together.
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Alumni
Successful lawyer and writer Keith McWalter '71 debuts his first novel, "When We Were All Still Alive."
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Sara Abou Rashed '21
Announcements & Updates
Denison has announced the student commencement speaker for the Class of 2021: Sara Abou Rashed '21. The title her speech is "Come Celebrate with Me."
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A panel discussion of AAPI hate crime in the wake of the Atlanta shootings that claimed eight people's lives including six Asian and Asian American women.
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Students
In honor of World Poetry Day on March 21, we are highlighting Exile, Denison’s own literary magazine.
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Sophia Menconi '20
Sophia Menconi '20 is directing Samantha Simone (CBS "Blue Bloods”) and Xaiver Reyes (Kinky Boots National Tour) in "The Pee Test."
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Midland
"Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," by profs Michael Croley and Jack Shuler is lauded for making reporting with ongoing value more accessible.
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Chloe Sferra '20
Student News
Communication & English major Chloe Sferra '20 has been named a Fulbright finalist for South Korea.
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Elise Albrecht '06
Alumni
Middle school educator Elise Albrecht '06 shares her insights into teaching during the time of COVID-19.
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Gus Biggio '93
Gus Biggio's memoir, The Wolves of Helmand: A View from Inside the Den of Modern War explores the attorney's two terms in the Marine Corps.
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students performing outside eisner
Broadway may be closed, but performing and other arts are thriving at some colleges, writes Professor Margot Singer.
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American farmland
Denison professors co-edit new book, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," a collection of essays that negates stereotypes of the Midwest.
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Jack Shuler
Denison Professor Jack Shuler has published a new book, "This is Ohio: The Overdose Crisis and the Frontlines of a New America."
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Gus Biggio '93
Author and veteran Gus Biggio's new book, The Wolves of Helmand, illuminates the Afghanistan war from an inside perspective.
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Trish Perry and her son Billy
Enjoy an excerpt from Prof Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio”: A New Way of Thinking About Addiction.
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Gavel
Former English major Mark Stevens has been appointed a judge in North Carolina, where he served as an assistant DA in Wake County since 2008.
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