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Youth, joy, and vitality

A theatre production by and for people of color opens horizons for the entire campus.

Social justice leadership

Denison’s Black Student Union is one of the oldest and most influential clubs on campus. Chief Minister Heaven Wade ’21 shares her insights.

Absorbing knowledge via Black dance

An intense collaboration between dance and a museum exhibition yields profound insights on Black culture — and an astonishing video.

Learning Legalese in Spanish

A scholarship helped Kimberly Gutiérrez ’20 study abroad in Spain, where she hopes to gain more skills on her way to a law degree.

What is "Intersectional Feminism"?

Taylor Hawk '20 explains why we need to hear the voices of women of all races, economic standings, religions and identities.

Cleveland Takes a Stand

With Cleveland in the media spotlight as it hosts the RNC, Joy Roller '76 sent a message to the world: "This is the kind of place Cleveland is."

Urban Embrace

Joy Roller '76 is leading with love in a time of conflict.

Time for change

Henry Durand '70 remembers a complex moment in Denison's evolution.

Holding the Trust

As the college's 2015 recent student trustee, CeCe McGee '15 will join the board of trustees.

Profile of DU Student on NPR

Urban Prep Academy valedictorian Steven Clark '18, featured in All Things Considered "Men in America" series.

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

Each spring, the Asian Culture Club celebrates the Lunar New Year, also known as spring festival, with faculty, students and staff.

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