Columbus Dispatch

Sara Abou Rashed '21 opens her one-woman performance of "A Map of Myself" in Columbus.

Columbus Alive

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

Newark Advocate

Data-driven: A data analytics major, Canaan Gebele '19 uses data in the classroom - and as a quarterback, it makes a difference on the field, too.

CBS This Morning

"Atomic Habits," a new book by James Clear '08, explores incremental ways to build powerful habits that help you achieve your goals.

Rohit Malhotra '89, former economics major at Denison, has joined Wilmington Trust in New York City as Senior Private Banker.

Esquire Magazine

In this lengthy interview, actor Steve Carell '84 talks about his family life, his start in acting, and 3 great movies coming out this fall.

Physic prof. Melanie Lott teaches talk-show hosts the properties of rotational inertia as she demonstrates the physics of balance.

Los Angeles Review of Books

Prof. Peter Grandbois' new book "Kissing the Lobster" approaches the sport of fencing as a metaphor for life.

Tryon Daily Bulletin

Environmental studies major and geosciences minor, Max Howes '17 has been named as Conserving Carolina’s volunteer coordinator.

Newark Advocate

Denison's 6,750 panel solar farm will be included in a licking county "green energy" tour.


Columbus continues to get rave reviews as a great place to live and work, with collaborations that open doors and break down silos.

Newark Advocate

Adam Weinberg recalls his life before Denison, shares one of our greatest challenges — and a fact he wishes more people knew about the college.

Newark Advocate

Prof. Tom Bressoud is writing a new book about "data aptitude" across fields like biology, sociology, economics, and political science.


Jack Stoddard '92 has been named COO of a new health care venture between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase, led by Dr. Atul Gawande.

Newark Advocate

The Vail Series opens with a U.S. premiere — Pablo Ziegler — and adds a night of jazz, a tribute to Leonard Bernstein, and a farewell to ETHEL.

Idaho Mountain Express

Artistic Director for the Sun Valley for the Arts in Ketchum, Idaho, Kristin Poole has been awarded the Governor’s Award for the Arts.

Eyewitness News

With 35 movies to her credit, including "Juno," Dallas Buyers Club," and "Love, Simon," Jennifer Garner '94 has earned her Walk of Fame star.


Pres. Weinberg is quoted on how to get the most out of college: "Push yourself to try new things... be open to reinventing yourself a little."

New York Times

In a Jen Garner '94 NYTimes guest op-ed, she tells us how children's potential can be positively impacted through Save the Children.

A new ranking places Denison at the top of the list for college graduate earnings in Ohio, looking at alumni earning 10 years after graduation.

Boston Voyager

Mixed-media artist Ariel Baez '16 just finished his MFA at Tufts. He is working on new art imbued with color and meaning.

Los Angeles Magazine

Isabella Antonelli '20, a writer in the Narrative Journalism program, uses her chops in a debut article about disrupting the fashion industry.

Newark Advocate

Asso. Prof. Rebecca Homan turned her love of animals into a career as a professor and researcher specializing in amphibians and reptiles.

Black Enterprise

Erik Farley '03, Dean of Student Leadership and Community Engagement at Denison, has been chosen as a Black Enterprise Modern Man.

CBS Cleveland WOIO

Denison student Manan Ganeriwala '20 is taking advantage of a summer-long immersion into the business and entrepreneurship landscape of Cleveland.

Newark Advocate

Denison and the Licking County Foundation host Better Angels workshop to build community dialogue, find common ground, and create consensus.

Newark Advocate

Janet Jones graduated in 1904 from Denison with a degree in zoology — but her knowledge of French gave her a special role in WWI.

Newark Advocate

Prof. Sarah Supp, who teaches Data Analytics to students from a wide range of fields, in a profile for a Women in STEM series of articles.

Bangor Daily News

President and CEO of Norway Savings Bank, Pat Weigel '82 has been tapped to chair the Maine Bankers Association.

The Hindu

Former economics major Sahil Vasudeva '08 stretches the boundaries of classical music with an "Un-Recital" at the Royal Opera House in India.

The Columbus Dispatch

30 years ago, Teckie Shackelford '56 launched I Know I Can, a program that has affected the lives of thousands of Columbus-area children.

Zanesville Times Recorder

Incoming student Caleb DeLong is a two-time competitor in the National History Day contest. His entry this year is a documentary about Eisenhower.

Star Tribune

Writer and fisherman Ryan Strother '17 moved to New York as a freelance publicist for New York Sea Grant. He's catching fish - in the East River.

Columbus Dispatch

CEO and restauranteur Brad Blum '76, known for his leadership of Olive Garden, Burger King and others, steps up to guide Bravo Brio restaurants.

Sports Business Journal

Former Chair of Disney, Michael Eisner '64 was honored for his leadership in the sports industry through Disney, and by extension ESPN.

Newark Advocate

Students in three unique classes incorporated an element of philanthropy into their coursework through the Pay It Forward initiative.


Geosciences prof Erik Klemetti is a renowned vulcanologist — his expertise is being called on as the Kilauea volcano erupts.

The Lawrentian

Assistant professor of English and Creative Writing Anne Barngrover '08 is a published poet who recently spoke at St. Lawrence University.

Hindustan Times

Denison is collaborating on a workshop for high school girls in India. Two Denison profs will teach on issues concerning women across disciplines.

Durango Herald

Chap Petersen '54 has traveled to more than 180 countries in his lifetime - and he has stories to share.

Smart Asset

Columbus, Denison's next door neighbor, has just been ranked as the #1 spot for recent grads to make their start in life.

Newark Advocate

Denisonian Melanie Amo '18 was honored with the Kussmaul Award for service to the Granville and Licking County communities.

Pioneer Journal

Denison English major Sally Ireland Robertson '70 has presided in Minnesota's 7th District Court for 22 years.

President and CEO of Norway Savings Bank, Pat Weigel '82 understands both the psychology and finances of banking.


With an innovative use of technology, Ryan Leckie '09 helps hospitals locate blood donors —and wins a SXSW competition.

Midwest Home magazine

Eric Odor, AIA and English major from the Denison Class of 1974, is this year’s Minnesota Architect of Distinction.

Newark Advocate

Denison Psychology Professor Nestor Matthews specializes in neuroscience and psychophysics - the science behind how we experience physical motion.


Denison men's swimming and diving team wins its fourth national championship.

L.A. Biz

Michael Eisner '64, former chair & CEO of the Walt Disney Co., founder of the Tornante Company, to receive Sports Business Journal Lifetime award.

Niagara-Wheatfield Tribune

People aren't leaving church over politics, according to a study by poli sci profs Paul Djupe and Jacob Neiheisel '07.