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Sara Abou Rashed ‘21 shares how her mother’s cookie recipe helped her form a friendship with an unlikely neighbor in a Columbus performance.
via Columbus Dispatch
It matters far less where you go to college and much more about how well you take advantage of the place you are going.
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Adam Weinberg

As they pack up to leave The Hill, freshly minted Denison graduates face one last multiple-choice test.
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Tom Reed; Photos by James Schuller

With many similar goals, Denison University and Otterbein Granville value their collaboration.
A series by Jen Clancey ‘23 examines the effects of $20B Intel development on local businesses.
via Newark Advocate
College students shouldn’t have to choose between career skills and liberal arts.
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Adam Weinberg

Visiting professor Heather Grimm ’17 shares an intriguing history of Bluegrass music.
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Heather Grimm ‘17

Charles Stacy ’22 was recognized for his contribution to “the friendly relations between Granville and the college.”
Walker, who graduates in May after a stellar four years at Denison, officially replaces Ben Cross ’20, who will complete his term this summer.
The veil of secrecy surrounding Denison’s top award for graduating students adds to the drama and intrigue of the annual ceremony.
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Tom Reed; Photos by James Schuller

Denison parents are updated on new career programming, the upcoming Wellness Center opening, and more opportunities for their students.
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Adam Weinberg

Prof. Terrance Dean’s essay, ‘Generations: Toward a Black Love Teaching Ethic’ has been published in a collection titled “Teaching While Black.”
via Public Seminar
“Efforts to control and limit discussion about fundamentally important topics … signal fear and insecurity,” Prof. Heather Pool
via Columbus Dispatch
Hollis Resnik ‘77 was a highly regarded actress in Chicago who starred in national tours of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels among others.
via Windy City TImes
The Kenneth Joseph Hines ‘04 Memorial Award recognizes students for serving others, leadership, and making positive contributions to community.
As Denison heads into the final few weeks of the academic year, President Weinberg provides a few brief updates.
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Adam Weinberg

Denison University’s Board of Trustees has recently awarded tenure to six members of the faculty.
Three Denison professors explain the correlation between global conflict and American expenditure increases.
via Newark Advocate