issue 03 | fall 2019
How Mary Ann Bates ’06 is bringing scientific rigor and data analytics to public policy

By Alice Duncanson; Illustration by Dan Bejar

A Home for the Arts

In October, we welcomed the first performance in the new Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts.
Adam Weinberg, President
Fall 2019 – Hillside Chat

States of Grief

Political theorist Heather Pool studies mourning; not the private sort, but the public kind that can spur political change. In a series of a…
By Alexander Gelfand
Fall 2019 – Open Mic – States of Grief

Quantum Leap

Associate professor of physics Steven Olmschenk explains how quantum computers work, what makes them special—and how soon we might get our h…
By Alexander Gelfand
Fall 2019 – Open Mic – Quantum Leap


The Art of the Free Kick
By Ryan Jones
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Sports Pages – Focus

A First

Denison baseball makes history
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Sports Pages – A First


On display in Columbus: a whole new world in the form of an interactive art exhibit.
By Sierra Swanson
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Otherworld


Denison was recently awarded a $275,000 grant to ensure that every single student on campus has the right resources when it comes to science…
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Denison Proud

The Office

Ching-chu Hu
Professor of Music and chair of the department
Ching-chu Hu, Professor of Music and chair of the department
Fall 2019 – The Hill – The Office


That Old Honker, Chapel for the Tree, Sunny Days, and Piece By Piece
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Found

Out on a Limb

Burpee’s Seedy Theatrical Company alumni came back to campus to celebrate 40 years of laughter and improv
By Maureen Harmon
Fall 2019 – The Hill – Out on a Limb

Class Notes

Design For Your Health

Kathryn Golden Correia ’79 is taking on hospital processes—in order to provide better care to patients.
By Sheila Haar Siegel
Fall 2019 – Class Notes – Design For Your Health

Chunky Tech

Psychology Professor Emeritus Frank Hassebrock laughed and identified this photo right away
Fall 2019 – Class Notes – Chunky Tech

In Memoriam

The Last Word

Denison’s signature performing arts program, The Vail Series, launched 40 years ago this autumn with the world’s greatest violinist. It took…
By James G. Hale ’78
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