Suni Harford ’84 one of the most powerful women in finance, on how a rising environmental and social consciousness has transformed investing—and forced

By April White

Every generation of students finds its own way to have fun and get it done. It doesn’t really look that different from what you remember.

By James G. Hale ‘78

Our distinguished alumnus died in January 2021. In 2012, he visited the campus where he met his life's mentor and came to know himself as a learner.

James G. Hale ‘78

Covid Response: Our Shot

As long-awaited vaccines became available, Denison updated its COVID-19 playbook to vaccinate the campus community.

By Ginny Sharkey ‘83

Person getting vaccinated

Found

Glimpsed around town and worth noting
Whisler hall in 1944

#DenisonProud

Allow us to boast. Here are some quick facts and numbers to help you keep up with good news at Denison.
Illustration of Denison megaphone

Fencing: En Guarde

Fencing foil Nina de Laperouse ’23 on how to win a sword fight

By Dan Morell

Fencing

Baseball: Hit Season

Denison Baseball hits the NCAA Regionals for the third consecutive time—and finishes the season just one game away from the Division III World Series

By Craig Hicks

Denison Baseball team

Golf: Upswing

Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach on how camaraderie has powered her ascendant programs

By Paul Flannery

Denison Golf

The Tangled Web

Associate Professor Sangeet Kumar on the broken promises of the digital revolution

By Alexander Gelfand; Illustration by Heads of State

An illustration of a small person standing on a laptop keyboard

Class Notes

Money With Purpose

As Founder and Managing Partner of Houston-based GEC, Jonathan Fairbanks ’88 is helping to fund the future of energy.

By Kate Hannum-Rose

Jonathan Fairbanks ’88

Growing — Up

George Gastis’ vertical urban farm in Colorado supplies food to his on-site restaurant—just one part of his farm-to-table dream.

By Kate Hannum-Rose

George Gastis ’92, pictured with his wife, Laura Lee Gastis ’91

Class Notes

Due to delays associated with Covid-19, all information for class notes was submitted prior to Dec. 11, 2020.
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In Memoriam

David Przybyla

Professor Emeritus Psychology, Director of the Organizational Studies Program

By Alice Duncanson

David Przybyla

Obituaries

All information was submitted prior to Dec. 11, 2020. We will be updating obituaries online at this location.
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