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Journalist Molly Born shares on reporting in Appalachia
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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Molly Born
Announcements & Updates
Denison's journalism program announces the 2022-2023 "Writing in Place" Mellon Fellow: Molly Born.
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Local business at work
Students
A series by Jen Clancey '23 examines the effects of $20B Intel development on local businesses.
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Ukraine flag
In the News
Three Denison professors explain the correlation between global conflict and American expenditure increases.
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Picture of war in Ukraine
Students
Denison students report on Alina Layman, a US citizen in Ukraine trying to get back to Columbus with her husband and unborn child.
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Alan Miller
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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Joe Latshaw
Students
Denison journalism students: The buzz about Intel coming to rural Licking County: Even the bees are affected.
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Bridget Welch '22
Denison Magazine
Learning comedy cross-training at Second City in Chicago
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Podcast-a-thon 2022: Calling all community members!
Contests
Everyone has a story, and the Denison Podcast-a-thon brings them to life.
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Lewis Raven Wallace with Denison students
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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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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Barento
What's Happening
Taha shares his journey into public health and documentary filmmaking with journalism/English, global health and sociology classes.
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Alan Miller
In the News
After 37 years with the Columbus Dispatch, Editor Alan Miller retires to teach journalism at Denison.
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Students in a classrooom
Featured News
Alan Miller, executive editor of The Columbus Dispatch, to join program full-time
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An aerial view of north quad and the IM field
Denison Magazine
Poetry by Riley Halpern '22
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Maggie Messitt
Faculty
Immersion journalist and Mellon Fellow, Maggie Messit coaches faculty to bring journalism into their teaching and writing projects.
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Prof. Michael Croley
Faculty
Prof. Michael Croley shares his story as an Asian American in Appalachia.
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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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Newark, Ohio
Internships
Denison students report on uncovered history of an influential Black writer in Newark
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Black lives matter protest
In the News
Second in a series of investigative reporting by Journalism students on Black lives in Newark.
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Lectures & Discussions
Journalism brings investigative journalists to discuss longform reporting during the pandemic, as the first of a three-part series.
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Bethel Rock House of Prayer
In the News
Journalism students investigate and report on Black lives in Newark in a series collaboration with the Newark Advocate and the NAACP.
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Midland
In the News
"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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American farmland
Featured News
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
Featured News
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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Trish Perry and her son Billy
In the News
Enjoy an excerpt from Prof Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio”: A New Way of Thinking About Addiction.
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Faculty
Denison faculty Doug Swift's new documentary looks at the fight for racial equality in the town of Zanesville, Ohio.
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Film Screenings
Mellon "Writing in Place" grant brings place-based nonfiction storytelling by students across majors at Journalism's Full Story Film Fest.
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