issue 01 | spring 2019
An excerpt from Pam Houston’s (’83) new book, Deep Creek, explores the beauty of the world—even during the Earth’s most trying times.

Excerpted from Deep Creek by Pam Houston. Copyright© 2019 by Pam Houston. With permission of the publisher, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

Illustrations By Gaby D’alessandro

Happiness isn’t just a state of mind, says researcher Rob Moore ’12—it’s a vibrant research field that could redefine public policy.

Interview by Alexander Gelfand

Photos by Jonathan Robert Willis

How two alumni—supported by a network of Denisonians—led a six-year quest to recover some of the Grateful Dead’s most prized works

By Dan Morrell Illustrations by Zeb Love

Life On The Farm

For five decades, Don Bonar, beloved emeritus professor, taught math as well as some computer science and statistics courses. You can still …
Spring 2019 – Open Mic – Life On The Farm

Saving Stories

Hanada Al-Masri, associate professor of Arabic and director of the new Middle East & North Africa Studies (MENA) concentration, is creating …
Spring 2019 – Open Mic – Saving Stories

Future Funds

For Leah Israel ’18, women’s lacrosse is more than a sport.
Spring 2019 – Hill – Future Funds

Class Notes

Social Circles

Artist Torie Conn ’10 uses fairytale illustration to parody the life of a parent in the age of social media.
Spring 2019 – Class Notes – Social Circles

Wendy's Travels

Abigail Pringle ’96 is taking an American institution—and its famous pigtailed redhead—abroad.
Spring 2019 – Class Notes – Wendy's Travels

In Memoriam

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