issue 03 | fall 2015
Ann Hagedorn ’71, author of The Invisible Soldiers, discusses the privatization of the military, where this secretive and lucrative industry…

by Ryan Jones

Laura Logos Downey ’87 has forged a career buying, selling, studying, and tasting one of the world’s most treasured foods.

By Maureen Harmon

Photographs by Penny De Los Santos

The story of a weekend on board the Queen Mary in an attempt to understand a lost art.

by Jack Shuler

Illustrations by Jack Unruh

In the 1940s, residents of Sackville, a town in New Brunswick, Canada, watched as shortwave radio towers began to crop up along the landscap…

Photo Essay by Sheilah Wilson,

Denison Associate Professor of Art

The struggles that Juan Bernabe '17 faced in high school made him think hard about dropping out. But he chose not to.

By Micheal Blanding

Photographed by Jared Leeds

Ah, Columbus. Our citified neighbor next door. How we love to hop in the car and drive downtown and beyond for food, fun, art, shopping, and…

By Jillian Koval ‘16 and Golzar Meamar ‘16

Illustrations by Peter Arkle, Photographs by Patrick Smith

Life on the Water

When her father is diagnosed with cancer, a writer retreats to the place they loved together in order to tell his story.
by Abbe Wright '07
First Person - Life on the Water - Fall 2015

The Muenster Mash

Laura Logos Downey ’87 challenges everything I ever thought I knew about one of my favorite foods.
by Maureen Harmon
Talk of the Walk - Fall 2015

Monomoy’s New Look

The Weinbergs have put their home in student hands—and it’s looking good.
by Maureen Harmon
UnCommon Ground - Monomoy’s New Look

Varsity D Turns 40

To celebrate, seven new members were inducted into the Hall of Fame
by Craig Hicks
UnCommon Ground - Varsity D Turns 40

Jobs for Everyone

Founders of a new think tank housed at Denison and the University of Missouri-Kansas City hope to tackle the unemployment…
by Dan Morrell
UnCommon Ground - Jobs for Everyone

Why MiStakEs Matter

What I thought was a terrible mistake taught me that failing sometimes can lead to our greatest successes.
by Maureen Harmon, Editor
Talk of the Walk - Fall 2015

In Memoriam

George Gilbert - 1933-2015

Professor Emeritus of Chemistry - George Gilbert liked to joke that he might grow old, but he would never grow u…
by Erin Peterson
In Memoriam - George Gilbert
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