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The day after winning an Emmy, documentary filmmaker Elaine Sheldon visited Denison and Newark
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Savannah Delgross ’19

Poet and English Professor David Baker’s most recent book, “Seek After: on Seven Modern Lyrics Poets,” explores the life and work of seven poets.
For Oliver Reinecke ’19, a summer internship led to learning and an opportunity to represent his company at a NASA conference
Sara Abou Rashed ’21 opens her one-woman performance of “A Map of Myself” in Columbus.
via Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus community previewed “A Map of Myself,” a one-woman performance by Sara Abou Rashed ’21, about her short-yet-complex personal history.
via Columbus Alive
Data-driven: A data analytics major, Canaan Gebele ’19 uses data in the classroom - and as a quarterback, it makes a difference on the field, too.
via Newark Advocate
In this lengthy interview, actor Steve Carell ’84 talks about his family life, his start in acting, and 3 great movies coming out this fall.
via Esquire Magazine
Rohit Malhotra ’89, former economics major at Denison, has joined Wilmington Trust in New York City as Senior Private Banker.
via benzinga.com
A student response to “Defining Childhood: Growing up in the US (1860-1940).”
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Sophia Raak ’20

A potentially life-saving new technology, developed by Ryan Leckie ’09 and his partner, won major recognition at the SXSW competition.
Physic prof. Melanie Lott teaches talk-show hosts the properties of rotational inertia as she demonstrates the physics of balance.
via WCIA.com
The 10 attributes of an entrepreneur’s mindset.
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Robert Abbott, Entrepreneur-in-Residence

Even as a young girl, Mishti Mitra ’20 was able to imagine herself in another person’s circumstances.
Sophia Raak ’20 explores the Denison Museum exhibit “Illustrations by Jean-Louis Forain”
Environmental studies major and geosciences minor, Max Howes ’17 has been named as Conserving Carolina’s volunteer coordinator.
via Tryon Daily Bulletin
Prof. Peter Grandbois’ new book “Kissing the Lobster” approaches the sport of fencing as a metaphor for life.
via Los Angeles Review of Books
A geology student with a talent for narrative journalism uncovers the recent past through WWII letters between a professor and his wife.
Denison students reflect on Between Coasts #3 in Chicago
Denison’s 6,750 panel solar farm will be included in a licking county “green energy” tour.
via Newark Advocate
Columbus continues to get rave reviews as a great place to live and work, with collaborations that open doors and break down silos.
via Inc.brandview
A summer internship with a national company confirmed Natalie Zaravella’s desire to work in business — and led to a job offer, too.
Learn more about how to become an LGBTQ ally.
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Jeremy Torres

Denison welcomes alumni, families, and friends for Big Red Weekend September 28 to 30.
Adam Weinberg recalls his life before Denison, shares one of our greatest challenges — and a fact he wishes more people knew about the college.
via Newark Advocate
Prof. Tom Bressoud is writing a new book about “data aptitude” across fields like biology, sociology, economics, and political science.
via Newark Advocate
Medill journalism professor Kari Lydersen worked with group of students, faculty, and community members to te better tell local stories
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Taylor Shook, ’20

Jack Stoddard ’92 has been named COO of a new health care venture between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase, led by Dr. Atul Gawande.
via STAT