The cultural fabric of Denison provides myriad experiences which enable students to not only learn more about each other, but to also learn more about themselves as individuals and as members of a global community. From having lunch with a student from China or the city of Chicago, to community service in Heath or Newark, to discussing issues of identity and belonging, wherever you go on our campus, you'll discover new ways of looking at things, and you'll teach others what it's like to see the world.

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Multiple Realities

Quantum enthusiast Rahul Shrestha ’21 is many things at once: student, teacher, researcher, yearbook editor & designer, and international student.

Connecting Two Worlds

Sueshin “Sarah” Moon ’22 has made it her mission to enhance the Denison experience for her fellow international students.

Social Justice Entrepreneur

Mrinalini Mitra ’20 founded a nonprofit to connect people & global resources. One of her first efforts was a conference for young women in India.

Sara Abou Rashed '21 during rehersal

Arts Preview on Sara Abou Rashed '21

The Columbus community previewed "A Map of Myself," a one-woman performance by Sara Abou Rashed '21, about her short-yet-complex personal history.

Columbus Alive

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.