The Week

Saudi Arabia burns most of its oil for transportation and power, says Prof. Fadhal Kaboub. It will need other sources of power for electricity.

Newark Advocate

DU's Will Krushena '20 broke a baseball program record in style — extending his hitting streak to 28 games.

Smart Asset

A new survey places Columbus at the top of best cities for college graduates & a sister survey puts it at the top of cities for great tech jobs.

Newark Advocate

Associate Professor Christine Weingart is fascinated by mysteries and the impact of tiny microbes on so many aspects of life.

Attorney Aaron Webb '96 is COO of Morning Pointe healthcare services company. Webb majored in black studies and political science at Denison.


Phantom of the Opera, 30 years old, is a re-imagined spectacle, starring Herb Porter '13 as iconic Raoul at the story's center.

All News Stories

Biochemistry major Dr. Jason Bell '97 is an ophthalmologist with Cincinnati Eye Institute, and several times noted as a "Top Doctor" in Cincinnati.

NewCity Stage

A performance by Molly Shanahan/Mad Shak investigates the alchemy that occurs between performer and audience.

Boston Turkish Film Festival

Alper Tuzcu '11 premiers his new work, "Aurora,' at the Boston Turkish Film & Music Festival.

Delaware Gazette

Local WWI veterans are the subject of a talk by Julie Mujic, assistant professor of Global Commerce.

The Week

Developing countries need to build their own domestic ability to produce high-value products whose import produces a trade deficit, says Kaboub.

New Yorker magazine

Poet & professor David Baker's latest volume, “Swift: New and Selected Poems,” is devoted to observing change over time.

University of Dayton

Ro Nita Hawes-Saunders '73, CEO of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Dayton.

New York Times

Denison's next door neighbor, Columbus' place on a global list of 52 places to go and see was bolstered by a terrific review.


A film by Denison faculty looks at a Portsmouth, Ohio semi-pro football team, and how they support each other through their history with opioids.


Documentary by Emeritus Professor Bill Nichols highlights sentencing inequities among Ohio inmates.

Columbus Underground

Denison University presents an intriguing new staging of the underrated classic "Information for Foreigners."

The Villager

Denver's Fine Arts Foundation honored Sharon Martin '65 for her contributions to the arts and community at large.

Actor and advocate Jennifer Garner '94 is Denison's keynote speaker for the 2019 Commencement Ceremony.

Inside Higher Education

From Adam Weinberg: Faculty mentorship helps students develop the skills, values, habits, networks & experiences needed to achieve their goals.

The Do List

Emily Merrell, founder of networking group Six Degrees Society, shares networking tips for your career and community work.

Ashland Source

C.L. Lindsay III '93 founded CO-STAR national students’ rights organization helping 1000s of college students with legal problems at no expense.

Newark Advocate

Living in the Newark Hull House allows Denison students to help with poverty in the community.

The Doctor Weighs In

"We must confront the implicit bias and stigma" toward people with substance use disorder says Dr. Thomas Kimball, citing Prof. Shuler's writing.

Newark Advocate

Biology professor Laura Romano started her career with a leaf collection - today she teaches, does research and volunteers both on- and off-campus.

Newark Advocate

Construction of a new residence complex for Denison University seniors heralds further major upgrades for campus housing yet to come.

Oprah Magazine

In 'Deep Creek,' Pam Houston's new book, her off-the-beaten-track ranch and interior life are inextricably woven together.

Inside Lacrosse

Denison's women's lax coach Maddie Coleman reminds her team: "these are moments we will not get back because time does not have a rewind app."

Ole Miss, University Of Mississippi News

DU psychology major Steven Soifer '76 is University of Mississippi School of Applied Sciences Chair of Department of Social Work.

The Journal Times

For the second year in a row, Anna Balch '17 will run with a team of 32 people from San Fransisco to Boston, more than 4,000 miles.

Columbus Dispatch

Denison's work educating students is part of a strategy to create jobs that anchor the lives of people and communities in Columbus.

Columbus Alive

Joey Aich (Denison's Joey Holbert '16) is making music and finding his voice in Columbus.

Education Dive

Denison's strong mentorship is used as the standard to follow in this article about how liberal arts colleges support students.

Textile World

Charlie Ingram '79 has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Eriez


La Femme Dance Festival celebrates choreography by women of Black/African Diaspora/African descent, featuring work by L. Graciella Maiolatesi '16.

Newark Advocate

First in her family to go to college, Prof. Olivia Aguilar developed a love of science and the environment - now she teaches both to her students.

The Spokesman-Review

Houston’s new book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country,” is an "elegy to the disappearing wild places on Earth."

The Buffalo News

Henry Durand '70, longtime mentor and an inspiration to underrepresented students at the University of Buffalo, dies at age 70.

Pacific Standard

Prof. Jack Shuler writes about 5 groups successfully fighting addiction in Newark, Ohio, that could serve as a model for others around the country.

The Alliance Review

Molly Johnson '05 has been appointed Mahoning County Court Judge in northeastern Ohio.

Ohio Magazine

Jazz artist Pete Mills, with members of Columbus Jazz Orchestra, local & national artists present “Songs & Sounds of the Harlem Renaissance.”

Wall Street Journal

Volcanologist and geology prof. Erik Klemetti commented on the processes that unleashed a devastating tsunami in Indonesia.

Hindustan Times

Karan Anshuman's "Inside Edge" is the first Indian show to be nominated for the 2018 International Emmy Awards in the Best Drama category.

Tom Atha's 31 West, a former ballroom in Newark, Ohio has become an up-and-coming venue appreciated by artists and audience alike.

Parade Magazine

With three new movies out this fall, Steve Carell '84 has been adding to a rollercoaster of comedies and dramas that few actors could claim.

Capital Gazette

Canaan Gebele '19 has wrapped up a Denison career that smashed the record book, racking up honors for yards, attempts, completions, TD's and more.

SportsBusiness Daily

Bodenheimer '80 didn't change when he was named ESPN president. “Just because I had become president didn’t mean I became a lot smarter overnight”


Kelly Maryanski '10 is an artist, actor, dancer, and aerialist. She's personalizing events and soirees with her own brand of portraits.

Columbus Dispatch

Studio art major and Big Red swimmer, Tom Richner '97 has made a successful career in the field of animation - he has rejoined "The Simpsons."

Fresh off their NCAC Conferenceship champion announcement, the Big Red gets ready to battle Mt. Union in the playoffs.