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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
The Denison grounds crew works hard to maintain and beautify the campus. They recently achieved certifications for their education toward that end.
“First-year students, I challenge you to care. Choose to buy in,” says student body president Owen Crum '20.
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Owen Crum ‘20

Denison hosts two of only 72 academically outstanding students from the U.K. participating in a unique Fulbright program.
Five Denison faculty recently have published new books.
President Weinberg shares updates, news, and suggestions for students as they embark on the 2018-19 academic year.
by

Adam Weinberg

The Vail Series opens with a U.S. premiere — Pablo Ziegler — and adds a night of jazz, a tribute to Leonard Bernstein, and a farewell to ETHEL.
via Newark Advocate
In the fall of 2018, Denison University is commencing a new academic program, the Middle East & North African Studies (MENA) concentration.
Artistic Director for the Sun Valley for the Arts in Ketchum, Idaho, Kristin Poole has been awarded the Governor’s Award for the Arts.
via Idaho Mountain Express
With 35 movies to her credit, including "Juno," Dallas Buyers Club," and "Love, Simon," Jennifer Garner '94 has earned her Walk of Fame star.
via Eyewitness News
Pres. Weinberg is quoted on how to get the most out of college: "Push yourself to try new things... be open to reinventing yourself a little."
via SFGate
A letter to the Denison community with updates on enrollment, programs, construction, and progress on the college's strategic plan.
by

Adam Weinberg

College experiences vary tremendously. Make choices that will nourish and sustain you in college and throughout the rest of your life
by

Adam Weinberg

In a Jen Garner '94 NYTimes guest op-ed, she tells us how children's potential can be positively impacted through Save the Children.
via New York Times
An Environmental Studies Junior Practicum helps educate a local neighborhood about solar energy.
We need to give our students the opportunities to help them develop the skills, values, and habits of effectively working in global ways.
by

Adam Weinberg

A new ranking places Denison at the top of the list for college graduate earnings in Ohio, looking at alumni earning 10 years after graduation.
via Thrillist.com
Isabella Antonelli '20, a writer in the Narrative Journalism program, uses her chops in a debut article about disrupting the fashion industry.
via Los Angeles Magazine
Mixed-media artist Ariel Baez '16 just finished his MFA at Tufts. He is working on new art imbued with color and meaning.
via Boston Voyager
A team of students engages the campus community in conversations about wellness and residential living.
Asso. Prof. Rebecca Homan turned her love of animals into a career as a professor and researcher specializing in amphibians and reptiles.
via Newark Advocate
Denison’s concentration in Narrative Journalism helped Fitale Wari ’18 find her voice and learn how to dig deep to tell good stories.
by Fitale Wari ’18
Denison student Manan Ganeriwala '20 is taking advantage of a summer-long immersion into the business and entrepreneurship landscape of Cleveland.
via CBS Cleveland WOIO
King Richard III is one of the most talked-about figures in history. Denison students find that the famous monarch may not be who we thought he was.
Erik Farley '03, Dean of Student Leadership and Community Engagement at Denison, has been chosen as a Black Enterprise Modern Man.
via Black Enterprise
Recent graduate and decorated Denisonian, Kelsey Schwimmer '18, will continue to be an influential face on campus as this year's Recent Student Trustee.
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Alexis Boyages ‘19