New York Times

Before Anthony Bourdain, there was Molly O'Neill '75, NYTimes food critic and author of delicious books that celebrated food and relationships.

CityBizBoston

Dr. James Summers '77, former chemistry major at Denison, is a scientific advisor to Cerevance, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company.

Crain's Cleveland Business

Dr. Leslie Pristas '04, a former biology major at DU, is medical director & lead surgeon at Center for Bariatric Surgery at St. Vincent's

College Prep

Denison's Reynolds Young Writers program is a top summer program for high school students.

Columbus Dispatch

Jeffrey Hatcher's "Holmes and Watson," opening in Columbus, is full of surprises, "as soon as you get confident, it switches again."

Columbus Dispatch

Jennifer Garner '94 shares advice - both funny and poignant - in her commencement address to the Denison Class of 2019.

KETV Omaha

Communication major Niyah Gonzalez '16 is a news reporter with ABC in Nebraska.

Inc.

Asst. Prof. Kristina Steiner's research has found that one's self-esteem can be raised by writing about their life.

New York Times

Two days of memorial services for former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar '54 will begin with a tribute at the Indiana Statehouse.

Crain's Chicago Business

Fresh food Entrepreneur LaForce Baker '10 makes the Chicago Crain's 20 In Their 20s list.

Yahoo Finance

Roanoke College has appointed Melanie Wine Tolan '91 as executive director of Marketing and Communications.

L.A. Times

Entrepreneur LaForce Baker '10 wants to "make healthy food that tastes good more accessible to people."

AnimationExpress.com

David Michaels '03 combines his econ and theatre backgrounds as director of production and business development for Animation Express.

AP News

A specialist in Alzheimer’s research, Dr. James Summers '76 has been appointed to the board of research company Mission Therapeutics.

Yahoo Finance

US Steel announced that John V. Faraci '72, former chair and CEO of International Paper, was elected to the company's Board of Directors.

Wall Street Journal

English major and serial entrepreneur Bob Burch '76 shares business acumen with his family, who are launching their own endeavors.

New York Times

Denison mourns the loss of longtime Trustee and Former Sen. Richard G. Lugar '54. Lugar represented Indiana in the Senate for 36 years.

People Magazine

Jennifer Garner — this year's Commencement Keynote Speaker — is also People's Most Beautiful Person for 2019. Congratulations Jen!

New York Times

"David Baker’s poetry stitches the fractured world into art," says NYTimes critic about the Denison professor's volume of new and selected poems.

Citylab

Narrative Journalism student Molly Keisman wants to move the needle for unwed mothers by sharing testimonials and stories.

GlobalNewswire

Tracy Krumme '89 has been appointed Senior VP for Investor Relations at Nuance Communications, a leader in AI-powered solutions.

Itinera Podcast

Prof. Rebecca Futo Kennedy speaks on identity in the ancient world, her working class background, and the Taleb/Beard feud.

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.

chattanoogan.com

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

WTTE

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.

WOSU

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.

PBS Newshour

Chris Faur, Denison faculty member & artist makes photo-realistic mosaics using full-size crayons.

WOSU

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.