issue 01 | spring 2020
The city that never sleeps has gone quiet in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Craig Bagno ’90
Photography by Craig Bagno ’90

Barry Byrne ’78 has spent his career searching for cures to rare childhood diseases. His latest tool, gene therapy, is about to go mainstrea…

By Darlena Cunha
Photo by Matt Odom

How Umeshi Rajeendra ’13 bridges cultures through dance

By Maureen Harmon
Photos by Alice Carfrae

The renewable energy movement is finally making inroads. What will it take to turn it into a revolution that can reshape the planet’s future…

Interview by Dan Morrell
Illustrations by Neil Webb

The Power of Community in Uncertain Times

When the Class of 2020 posed for this photo four years ago at Aug-O, there was no way of knowing that their time on campus would be cut shor…
By Adam Weinberg, President
Spring 2020 – Hillside Chat

The Value of the Liberal Arts Today

Director of global commerce and professor of history Karen Spierling on why a liberal arts education is so important right now.
By Sheila Haar Siegel
Spring 2020 – Open Mic – The Value of the  Liberal Arts Today

The Evolution of an Era

Denison’s Black Studies Program celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. John L. Jackson, associate professor of religion and black studie…
By Alexander Gelfand
Spring 2020 – Open Mic – The Evolution of an Era

Leap Day

It may seem like such a short burst of motion, but it requires patience.
By Brett Dunbar
Spring 2020 – The Hill – Sports – Leap Day

Finalé

The Last Moment
By Jace Delgado
Spring 2020 – The Hill – Sports – Finale

The Office

The office of Emily Nemeth ’04, Assistant Professor, Educational Studies
Emily Nemeth ’04, Assistant Professor, Educational Studies
Spring 2020 – The Hill – The Office

Found

From Farm to Table, The Perfect Pair, Money Bag, and Iconic Look
Spring 2020 – The Hill – Found

Marcus Nowling ’23

It was the appeal of mixing storytelling with journalism that drew Marcus Nowling ’23 to the narrative journalism concentration.
By Katy Whitlow
Spring 2020 – The Hill – Marcus Nowling ’23

Class Notes

Into The Unknown

Bruce Spiess ’76 has spent a career in medical research—and he’s using that experience to solve problems arising out of COVID-19.
By Ginny Sharkey ’83
Spring 2020 – Class Notes – Into The Unknown

Smooth The Path

Betsy Fisher ’10 is dedicating her career to helping refugees live in safety.
By Dan Morrell
Spring 2020 – Class Notes – Smooth The Path

Birthday Boy

Hal Holbrook ’48 and his wife Ruby Johnston ’50
Spring 2020 – Class Notes – Birthday Boy

In Memoriam

Gail E. Myers

Denison’s memorable “First Gentleman”
By Lyn Boone
Spring 2020 – In Memoriam – Gail E. Myers

The Last Word

The Doobie Abides

WDUB rolls with the times, from radio waves to the internet.
By James G. Hale ’78
Spring 2020 – The Last Word – The Doobie Abides
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