2024

Student News, Faculty, Recognition & Accolades
A class assignment led Sophia Sobota ’24 to interview a scientific hero and win an all-campus journalism prize.
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Featured News
Denison young alums network their way into journalism jobs out west.
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Featured News
This year's Podcast-a-thon brought the best stories across disciplines to date. Listen to the winners here.
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Awards & Honors
The Kussmaul Award celebrates close connections between the Denison and Granville communities.
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Awards & Honors
Pereira, a lifeguard, tutor, documentarian, and international student from Venezuela, has made an impact on The Hill.
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In the News
English professor and author Margot Singer receives an Ohio Arts Council recognition for her "artistic excellence and professional accomplishment."
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2023

Denison Magazine
Journalism chose these Denison graduates — and they're chasing it from Ohio to Africa.
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Faculty
Perhaps the most consequential effect of ChatGPT is generative AI's ability to function as the oracle of our times, says professor Sangeet Kumar.
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Alumni
Journalism major Eric Wharton '23 is "itching" to get started in his first gig with the APG newspaper group in Wisconsin.
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Alumni
Zoe Meyer puts her storytelling skills to work in the Lake Tahoe area.
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Denison Magazine
Zoe Meyer '23 was a junior when she decided to major in journalism. The late move felt risky, but assistant professor Doug Swift had her back.
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Faculty
"King Coal," a film co-produced by Denison's Mellon Writer-in-Residence Molly Born, premieres at Sundance.
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2022

In the News
Prof. Alan Miller has been honored for his lifetime of contribution to the journalism profession.
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What's Happening
Reporting Project article: Green Chapel Road residents watch as dignitaries christen the 'Silicon Heartland'
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Announcements & Updates
Reporting Project article: "Granville schools’ enrollment could double by 2050 because of Intel-related growth."
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Denison Magazine
The Reporting Project at Denison is putting heart into local news — and telling one of Licking County’s biggest stories.
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Faculty
Black people make up 13.2% of Ohio’s population, and yet, they account for 20% of opioid overdose deaths so far this year, says Shuler.
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In the News
Jen Clancey '23 reports on WWII veteran's experiences as a lead-up to serving as grand marshal for Columbus July 4 Parade.
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Alumni
Alan Phung '22 will continue to grow his business, Mai Coffee, as he transitions to a new position with Morningstar financial services.
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Lectures & Discussions
Nobody moves to Mingo County, West Virginia, but journalist Molly Born did and shares her experience with Journalism-affiliated students this spring.
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Contests
Listen to the winning audio stories of Journalism's fourth annual Podcast-a-thon, including the new Community Participant category.
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Announcements & Updates
Denison's journalism program announces the 2022-2023 "Writing in Place" Mellon Fellow: Molly Born.
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Student News
A series by Jen Clancey '23 examines the effects of $20B Intel development on local businesses.
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In the News
Three Denison professors explain the correlation between global conflict and American expenditure increases.
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Students
Denison students report on Alina Lyman, a US citizen in Ukraine trying to get back to Columbus with her husband and unborn child.
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Faculty
"It’s important for all of us to celebrate and protect access to public information," says journalism faculty Alan Miller.
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Students
Denison journalism students: The buzz about Intel coming to rural Licking County: Even the bees are affected.
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Denison Magazine
Learning comedy cross-training at Second City in Chicago
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Contests
Everyone has a story, and the Denison Podcast-a-thon brings them to life.
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2021

Lectures & Discussions
Lewis Raven Wallace meets with Journalism students and faculty at Denison to discuss what is movement journalism and why do we need it?
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