Columbus Dispatch

Learning about racism and white privilege can make us better, says Prof. Karen Powell Sears.

Hoover Institution

Chase Beamer '97 represents the US Department of State as a National Security Affairs Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Newark Advocate

"Understanding things on an atomic level truly allows you to better understand how the world and the body works," says Asso Prof Rachel Mitton-Fry.

Dayton 2 News

Former congressman and US ambassador Tony Hall '64 was named the recipient of 2020 Peace Prize by the Dayton Peace Accords Anniversary Committee.

Shawnee Mission Post

Carron Montgomery '04 sees firsthand how the pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of children, teens, and families.


Gus Biggio's memoir, The Wolves of Helmand: A View from Inside the Den of Modern War explores the attorney's two terms in the Marine Corps.

Inside Higher Ed

Broadway may be closed, but performing and other arts are thriving at some colleges, writes Professor Margot Singer.

Illinois Business Journal

Community developer Walter "Dakota" Williams has been named president of an NAACP branch in Edwardsville, IL.

Money, Inc.

Money, Inc. features 10 things you didn't know about Ralph Schlosstein '72, co-founder of BlackRock and president and CEO of Evercore.

Author and veteran Gus Biggio's new book, The Wolves of Helmand, illuminates the Afghanistan war from an inside perspective.

Inside Higher Education

COVID-19 presents new opportunities for teamwork in academic settings write Global Commerce directors Karen Spierling and Jane Palmer.

Newark Advocate

Jack Wheeler, a therapist at the Whisler Center for Student Wellness, has been honored for his contributions on Licking County's 20 Under 40 list.


Working with individuals in recovery has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career says Dr. Matthew Christiansen '05 (Biology major).

Columbus Monthly

Enjoy an excerpt from Prof Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio”: A New Way of Thinking About Addiction.

Morning Journal

KeyBank VP Shaquira Johnson '98 (Communication major) has been chosen to lead the revenue team of Northeast Ohio's Boys & Girls Club.

Inside Higher Ed

Scholarship and teaching are enriched via intellectual community, says Prof. Adam Davis, sharing ways to enhance dialogue in today's environment.


Study by DU Faculty Robert Bennett III notes that Black athletes' potential to connect with voters can be larger than that of politicians.


French major and teacher Megan Cover '93 will lead the Chattanooga Girls Preparatory School.

Former English major Mark Stevens has been appointed a judge in North Carolina, where he served as an assistant DA in Wake County since 2008.

The Outdoor Wire

Leading Ohio's Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever, biologist Cody Grasser '09 partners with the USDA, ODNR, and the Ohio Division of Wildlife.

Columbus Dispatch

A new partnership with Columbus Public Health offers internships and opportunities to uncover issues of racism in public health.

Making the case for data science in college, USNews calls out Data Analytics major Maddy Matura '20 who is heading to Deloitte with her degree.

Newark Advocate

DU Prof. Jack Shuler’s new book reveals courageous men and women combating the overdose crisis in Newark, Ohio.


Co-edited by DU Profs Michael Croley & Jack Shuler, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," challenges mainstream media coverage of mid-America.


In the midst of a pandemic, Matt Nowling '21 is trying new ways to help students register and vote this fall.

Claudia Sahm '98, a Director at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, and creator of the Sahm Rule recession indicator, on Bloomberg Radio.

Safety and Health Magazine

"Construct a narrative about all the skills you'll bring to the workplace and how you’ve learned through classes," says Exec. Dir. Hank Malin.

Voyage L.A.

Cinema major Logan Floyd '16 is in L.A. pursuing his dream of storytelling through cinematography. Next stop, an MFA at American Film Institute.

The Washington Post

Prof. Lauren Araiza writes about a deep-rooted partnership between the Black Panther Party and the United Farm Workers.

Marie (Smith) Webb '96 has been named the Chief Talent & Inclusion Officer for EPB, an energy company in Tennessee.

The New Republic

An article by English Prof. Jack Shuler asks "Can the White People of Small-Town America Get Behind the Movement for Black Lives?"

Thrive Global

"Leaders embrace ownership," says History major and former Marine Ben Minor 03, one of five life leadership lessons he shares.

New York Times

Black executive board member Matt Nowling '21 has accepted the presidency of the College Democrats of America.


Physics Prof Steven Olmschenk on a topic Star Trek fans relish: Teleportation, saying 'It would be very, very hard...and perhaps very messy.'

Washington Post

Asst. Prof. Robert Bennett's research has found that black athletes' activism inspires more African Americans to get politically involved.

Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Terrance Dean invited to Columbus Dispatch Editorial Board to help decide the topics and positions for the news organization's editorials.

Deseret News

Prof. Paul Djupe's research is cited in an article about current beliefs of faith groups juxtaposed with LGBTQ rights.

Dr. Sophia French '11, a child neurologist at Oregon Health and Science University, explains a new study about alcohol/tobacco use while pregnant.

Parker Chronicle

Author Pam Houston '83 gets kudos and the Colorado Book Award for creative nonfiction for her book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country."


Anna Spain Bradley '99, an expert in international law and human rights has been named vice chancellor for equity, diversity & inclusion at UCLA.


Prof. Laura Russell in conversation with Denison parent Frank Agin about the value of conversation.

Karthik Kripapuri '94 Ceo of omnichannel marketing and experience cloud technology company Selligent, shares positivity around Covid-19.

"Home is safety, home is sleep, getting enough sleep for possibly the first time in my whole life," says Pam Houston '83.

Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Dean: The knee on Floyd’s neck is a reminder of how black people live each day suffocating from the injustices of racism and racial biases.

Rob Tate '16 AKA Sarob, a hip hop and neo-soul musician, released the song “Pleasures U Like" to benefit the Pandemic Emergency Fund in Ohio.


During the Covid-19 pandemic, Denison students are engaged in free virtual fitness and wellness sessions including yoga, movement, & meditation.

Columbus Dispatch

Post-doc Fellow Terrance Dean column in the Columbus Dispatch: "Run, black, run for safety, toward freedom."

Bingham News

Jazz Pharmaceuticals today announced the appointment of Kim Sablich '90 as executive vice president, general manager of North America.


James Whitaker '93 has been welcomed into the American Society of Cinematographers.

Newark Advocate

Economics major Ryan Brown '18 helps his clients plan for the future as he shares his financial expertise.