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Three semesters in, Caroline Cavalier ’26 has added a major, traveled twice for academics, and tested a career path through an internship.
English professor and author Margot Singer receives an Ohio Arts Council recognition for her “artistic excellence and professional accomplishment.”
via Ohio Arts Council
Denison is again named a top-producing Fulbright college — here’s what that prestigious designation means to grads.
Studio art major Renai Heath ‘25 is getting a solo show in a very public venue - the windows of Granville’s Village Hall.
via Newark Advocate
Courtney Herring Bowden ‘09 established Black Market Multimedia and shares the stories of travelers among the current Black Diaspora.
via blackexpatstories.com
Assistant professor Anjali Fernandes provides a role model and opportunities for her students.
The trip to Punxsutawney’s annual groundhog fest was decades in the making for Denison’s a cappella group. And it was something to behold.
With a wealth of student inspiration, a new hub for clubs brings campus organizations together.
This signature alumni event, in its 19th year, can lead to new friends, new jobs – maybe even a new love.
The leader of the gospel choir and coordinator of Christian life, Timothy Carpenter embraces the struggle and tenacity of Martin Luther King Jr.
Skidmore College President Emeritus Philip Glotzbach will deliver the address to the graduating class.
Professor Diana Mafe says “Wakonda Forever” breaks a mold but its “success does not mean a wider shift in the industry.”
via Pittsburgh Courier
Convenient, expert care from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center will be available for employees on campus beginning Jan. 15, 2024.
Red Frame Lab Consulting teams worked this fall with Wendy’s and other companies in roles that prepare students for the working world.
These alums were responsible for some of the year’s top pop culture moments, from Barbie to Snoop Dogg to Amazon’s best-selling book.
James Dennen and collaborator Christian Faur will debut ‘Like Leaves. Like Carrots.’ at the Wexner Center for the Arts.
As an M.D. who also holds an MBA, Lin Mu is uniquely situated to “help biotech companies reach meaningful milestones.”
via USA Life Sciences
When Snoop Dogg announced he was “quitting smoke,” the world jumped to the wrong conclusion. Chris Dickey ’03 was on the team that cleared the air.
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