When Rev. Cindy Jarvis '71 began her vocation it was unusual for women to be in the pulpit, hospitals and homes as a minister.

Columbus Monthly

A true student of the liberal arts, cinema and psychology double major Charles Pugsley '09 owns an independent, pop-up bookstore.

Newark Advocate

Trevor Bright relishes teaching students as a PGA Assistant Golf Professional at the Denison Golf Club in Granville.

Daily Kos

"Work Like a Dog Day" is celebrated with poems about our canine friends. Enjoy 'Mongrel Heart' by David Baker & 'Dharma' by Billy Collins.

Rancho Bernando News Journal

Scott Hylbert's novel 'Task Lyst' intertwines characters in questionable — and at times illegal — activities as part of the gig economy.

Free Spirit Publishing

Dance major Connie Bergstein Dow '73 wants to engage children with dance through her book, "From A to Z with Energy! 26 Ways to Move and Play."


With high salaries and low cost of living, Columbus once again makes the #1 sport if Fortune's list of top US cities for tech jobs.


Cinema major Robert Levine '00 is co-writer and executive producer for a new FX series, “The Old Man,” starring Jeff Bridges.

Business Facilities

Columbus is a great place for careers. With Nationwide, Netjets & Wendy's, C-bus is #6 on the list of cities with the most corporate headquarters.

The Reading Eagle

Ted Kolva '84 played lacrosse and majored in economics at Denison. He coached under Tommy Thompsen & today he's the "Gym Boss."


As you watch the epochal "Apollo 11," enjoy the equally epic musical score by Matt Morton '99.

The Democrat Star

Former Denison Trustee & civic volunteer Richard Bodorff '71 has been honored with the Boy Scouts of America Mid-Shore Distinguished Citizen Award.

The Democrat Star

Former Denison Trustee & civic volunteer Richard Bodorff '71 has been honored with the Boy Scouts of America Mid-Shore Distinguished Citizen Award.

Columbus Parent

Sara Abou Rashed '21 came to the U.S. in 2013 from her war-torn homeland. Today, she inspires audiences through her writing and her one-woman show.

Jessica Leeds Richman '21 reports on the history of nuclear power in a blog post for the Romero Institute.

Olean Times Herald

Hon. John Cleland '69 is called on to preside over cases with high visibility and impact, such as the Jerry Sandusky case in 2012.

University of Rochester

David R. Williams '75, dean for research in Arts, Sciences & Engineering since 2011, is returning to full-time research in medical optics.

Newark Advocate

Christina Black keeps residence halls clean and dishes out good advice to Denison students.

Newark Advocate

The Licking County community is welcomed to Denison's Eisner Center during an open house and self-guided tour.

Newark Advocate

Denison celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 with Observatory and Planetarium open houses and more "lunar" activities.

Daily News-Record

Music and English major Allison Lyttle '12 will give her skills and knowledge a workout on the July 2 episode of "Jeopardy!"

The Lane Report

History major J. Stephen Smith '88 is president of the Kentucky Bar Association.


Bowdoin College has appointed Kristina Bethea Odejimi '06 as Dean of Students. Odejimi was an anthology/sociology & Black Studies double major.

Religion & Politics

Individuals for whom politics is a divisive topic are more likely to leave “political churches,” says Prof. Paul Djupe.

Daniel Meyer '94 adds BlueWater, Lakeside orchestras to his roster of conducting the Erie Philharmonic & Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra.

Indianapolis Star

The legacy of former Senator Richard Lugar '54 may be honored by naming a Navy warship after him.

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.

Good Morning America

Heather Stouffer '96, founder of Mom Made Foods, is called "Genius Mom" for creating healthy food solutions for time-crunched parents.


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."

Newark Advocate

English and women's & gender studies major Gabriele Eimontaite '18 won an AP award for this piece she wrote as an intern with the Newark Advocate.

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.


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."

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.


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


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.