Newark Advocate

Bob Ghiloni led the Denison men's basketball program for nearly two decades. He remains on the faculty as a professor.

Norwalk Reflector

Dr. Mark McLoney '81, a theatre major at Denison, is the medical director for MetroHealth’s LGBTQI+ Pride Network in his hometown of Norwalk, Ohio.

In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, Prof. Karen Spierling focuses on the value proposition of a liberal arts education.

Authority Magazine

Entrepreneur Emily Merrell '09 majored in Spanish & Comm., worked for Tory Burch & now leads Six Degrees Society, with chapters across the US.


Goldman Sachs partner Heather Bellini '91 is one of Barron's 100 most influential women in finance.

LC Concerned Citizens

Homestead aficionado Richard Downs '77 shares his views on sustainability and the future.

Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Terrance Dean discovered the history behind the first town in California founded by African Americans, including Denisonian William Payne.

Columbus Dispatch

An article by Alina Panek '20, investigating the history of Denison's Naked Week, is published in both the Columbus Dispatch & the Newark Advocate.

WOSU radio

TUTTI Festival of new arts brings together a variety of composers, artists & musicians for five days of events.

Newark Advocate

The Denison Venture Philanthropy has awarded $10,000 and 200 student volunteer hours to Hospice of Central Ohio


Some of Emeriti Psychology Prof. Harry Heft's research on cognitive mapping was developed on the Denison campus - see why it's important today.

Columbus Monthly

Homestead students step outside the structured college environment & connect with the natural world; close, meaningful community & hands-on work.

The Philadelphia Citizen

Sara Abou Rashed's one-woman show, "Map of Myself," premieres in Philadelphia.

The Daily Yonder

Visiting prof. Doug Swift's short documentary explores life in a former Ohio mining community.

Chicago Suntimes

Comedian Alex Moffat '04 will be chunking dunks at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

Public News Service

Prof. Fadhel Kaboub agrees that a shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources, such as solar and wind, would benefit rural communities.

Econ major Erik Kleinbeck '92 has been named head of business development with investment adviser Third Avenue Management.

Religion in Public

Prof. Paul Djupe finds the rate driving up the religious nones appears to be slowing, and shares some reasons why that might be happening.

Newark Advocate

Biology prof. Ayana Hinton relishes her role as an example to women in STEM fields.

Columbus Alive

In his music, Joey "Aich" contrasts violence and racism directed toward black lives with his desire to make an impact in his community.

Newark Advocate

Award-winning author Deirdre Cooper Owens to deliver Denison MLK keynote "Why We Can't Wait: Reckoning with Race and Health Inequalities”

Newark Advocate

Art Chonko, DU director of facilities services, shares updates of construction plans for the campus.


Prof. Klemetti says the Tala volcano, formed in the middle of a lake in the Philippines, is one of the 10 most dangerous volcanos in the world.

USA Today

"Treat volcanoes with the respect that they deserve because they are relatively unpredictable," says vulcanologist & prof. Erik Klemetti.

Austin Chronicle

Cinema major Marty Jones '86 has had a long career in film that has stretched from coast to coast. His latest endeavor is leading Austin Studios.

Covington News

Tami Wells Thomas '94 will be sworn as a Magistrate Court judge in Covington, GA.

Newark Advocate

Student journalist Shanti Basu '20 writes about a Newark women's recovery home, launched by Denison entrepreneur coach Kerry Shea Penland.


Denison Big Red swimmers K.T. Kustritz and Richie Kurlich have qualified for the 2020 United States Olympic Trials.

Usman Gul '13, co-founder & CEO of Airlift, raised Pakistan’s largest seed money package within six months of launching his company.

Newark Advocate

Psychology prof. Erin Henshaw finds meaning in being a role model and teaching at Denison.

Fox News

Big Red RB Alex Minton '20 is a National Gagliardi Trophy semifinalist — and he's strong off the field too. The biology major maintains a 3.5 GPA.

Weirton Daily Times

Screen playwright Jeffrey Hatcher '80 shares behind-the-scenes intel about "the Good Liar," starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen


Enjoy an interview with renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz, a Vail Series artist performing "A Movable Feast" over this week at Denison.

The Christian Post

Political scientist Paul Djupe shares his research about church involvement in politics, calling into question recent Pew research on the topic.

University of Chicago

Math major Daweed Abdiel '19 works at Deloitte in northern Virginia, using data analytics to help federal agencies operate more efficiently.

Columbus Dispatch

Kayla Hayes supports all Denison athletes as one of only two facilitators in Ohio for NCAA's LGBTQ One Team initiative.

Walden media

'Playing With Fire,' the latest movie from writer and comedian Dan Ewen '96, just hit the screens.


Denison President Adam Weinberg shares 9 best practices for college students to help ensure the best return on their investment.


Fed. Reserve economist Claudia Sahm '98 has created a simple rule, based on unemployment numbers, to rapidly determine if a recession is underway.

Women's Health

During her commencement speech, Jennifer Garner '94 suggested dressing as a mailbox for Halloween — she made good!

Chicago Tribune

Antics on the Chicago Bulls' basketball court got SNL's Alex Moffat '04 noticed.

Columbus Dispatch

Diego Rubey '19 and Jordan Fehr '07 get great reviews for their performances in ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ by Columbus' Available Light Theatre.

Cincinnati Business First

Lauren Hannan Shafer '88 has just been named CEO of Cincinnati's ArtWorks, a nonprofit that employs youth to create art and community impact.

Former Merrill Lynch advisor William McKeever '77 has new passions - as author, documentary filmmaker & founder of a nonprofit to benefit oceans.

Nashville Public Education Foundation

Nashville Public Schools honored Judge Richard Dinkins '74 with the Nelson C. Andrews Distinguished Service Award for "esteemed career of service."

Columbus Monthly

Anybody can occupy "cowboy" space, says Denison visiting instructor Terrance Dean, a former MTV executive.

Matt Harrington '84, a member of the Denison Board of Trustees, has been appointed global president of leading communications firm Edelman.

Columbus Monthly

'women ... are taking back their own power, and I think the cowboy is just a personification of strength,' says Professor Cindi Turnbull.

Spectrum News

Powered by DU Cinema alums, videography firm Loose Films is finding success in Columbus and in cities across the world.

Billings Gazette

A 20-year National Park Service veteran, Sarah Davis '94 is the first female Chief Park Ranger at Yellowstone National Park.