Denison Magazine - Issue 02 | Summer 2022

issue 02 | summer 2022
There is sometimes a perception that liberal arts colleges are ivory tower academies that don't provide students with much in the way of career preparation

By Tim Feran

The Reporting Project at Denison is putting heart into local news — and telling one of Licking County’s biggest stories.

By Lori Kurtzman; photos by Alan Miller and Lori Kurtzman

As she prepares to retire from the Columbus Museum of Art, Nannette Maciejunes ’75 reflects on the path that led her there.

By Chris DeVille; photos by James Schuller

Biology professors, married to each other and their work, discuss the unique role of a shared teaching position.

By James Hale ’78; photos by James Schuller

Three Tigers puts out the fire

When the 6,000-square-foot fire house directly to the west became available, the partners of the popular restaurant and brew pub were ready to pounce.
Three tigers at the old fire station

Telling “The Telling”

Emeritus Professor of English David Baker provides the backstory of his poem featured in Denison Magazine.
Professor Emeritus David Baker

Class Notes

No gavel required

Molly Johnson’s aim as judge: ‘leave the world a better place than I found it’
Molly Johnson ’05

In Memoriam

The Last Word

Seniors, take your seat

For more than 60 years, this bench was iconic to members of each successive senior class and ambitious underclassmen.
two men standing near the 1905 bench
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