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Denison offers an outstanding liberal arts education — for the whole brain and the whole person.
The Richard G. Lugar Plaza in Indianapolis was dedicated to honor former Senator Lugar’s contributions to the city.
With three new movies out this fall, Steve Carell ’84 has been adding to a rollercoaster of comedies and dramas that few actors could claim.
via Parade Magazine
Tom Atha’s 31 West, a former ballroom in Newark, Ohio has become an up-and-coming venue appreciated by artists and audience alike.
via 614Columbus.com
Canaan Gebele ’19 has wrapped up a Denison career that smashed the record book, racking up honors for yards, attempts, completions, TD’s and more.
via Capital Gazette
Already in front to take the 2018-19 All-Sports Championship, the Big Red has enjoyed a terrific start to the year. Read the season recap.
Bodenheimer ’80 didn’t change when he was named ESPN president. “Just because I had become president didn’t mean I became a lot smarter overnight”
via SportsBusiness Daily
A two-week sojourn in Rome with a Classics professor brings ancient history to life.
Kelly Maryanski ’10 is an artist, actor, dancer, and aerialist. She’s personalizing events and soirees with her own brand of portraits.
via VoyageChicago
Denison and Kendal launch a new Artist-in-Residence program that promises to benefit both campuses.
Resident artists Christian and Anne Manns pay tribute to local history through exhibition “Monumental!”
Research by Psychology Professor Nestor Matthews indicates musical training improves visual timing.
Studio art major and Big Red swimmer, Tom Richner ’97 has made a successful career in the field of animation - he has rejoined “The Simpsons.”
via Columbus Dispatch
Denison CIO Dena Speranza has been named a “Tech Power Player.”
A Denison professor travels across the globe to bring the world closer to his classroom.
Fresh off their NCAC Conferenceship champion announcement, the Big Red gets ready to battle Mt. Union in the playoffs.
via d3football.com
Big Red football clinches the program’s first North Coast Athletic Conference football championship in 32 years and heads to the playoffs.
via Newark Advocate
Students and staff come together, raising awareness to college student mental health
by

Francesca Mouery ’19

Jennifer Ditsler Ladonne ’84 lives in France and writes for Fodor’s
An Interdisciplinary Museum Studies Class
Wellness Center welcomes new counselor, Jack Wheeler, to the team.
by

Liz Anastasiadis ‘21

A summer internship with a national company confirmed Natalie Zaravella’s desire to work in business — and led to a job offer, too.
If you’re a college student, you’re probably not getting enough sleep
The Denison administration invites students to work with each other and with administrators to be co-creators of new ideas, spaces, and policies.
by

Adam Weinberg

Emeritus President Dale Knobel and his wife Tina will present at the Granville Historical Society about the history of Monomoy House.
via Newark Advocate
The entrepreneurship summit connected Denisonians, helped them find new business opportunities, and sparked new growth in their work.
Even as a young girl, Mishti Mitra ’20 was able to imagine herself in another person’s circumstances.