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In its third stage production, HERE US continues to thrive, evolve, and carve out space for passionate performers.
Five recent graduates helped to secure the prestigious designation — the fifth time in six years Denison has been named a Top Producer.
Appointment to international organization is a natural progression for associate professor of economics Fadhel Kaboub
Inaugural program brings student works out of Bryant Arts Center and into buildings across campus
During a celebration of MLK’s lasting impact, students, faculty, and staff joined together for a march and a chance to break bread.
Professor Erik Klemetti is winning awards for writing about his favorite research topic: volcanoes.
In this op-ed recently published in The 74, President Weinberg outlines the questions students should answer to find their best-fit college experience.
Swift talks about why he got into documentaries and how he involved students in his latest project, 10,000 Acres.
Anna Hollenbaugh ‘23 practiced classroom management and language instruction strategies at the English Camp Company in Assisi.

Anna Hollenbaugh ‘23

Burch brings real-world global consulting experience into the classroom.
It took 10 years for journalism professor Doug Swift to document and assemble the chronicle of this small, but revealing, corner of Appalachia.
The Nan Nowik Writer-in-Residence program brings top poets, writers, literary scholars, and critics to campus.
President Weinberg discussed the ‘Future of Higher Ed’ in a new podcast with author Jeff Selingo
14 perfect holiday gifts for your favorite Denisonian
The beauty of the highly lauded campus on The Hill is the culmination of excellence in planning and execution.
Don and Teckie Shackelford’s endowment will support scholarships for high-achieving Columbus City Schools students.
Denison’s performing arts camp, debuting in 2023, provides an opportunity for high schoolers to train and collaborate with artists across disciplines.
Through grants and connections, Joan Do-Truong ’23 created a space for women and TIGNC youth like her to share their experiences and empowerment.