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.

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.

The Conversation

In times of crisis, churches have long served as hospitals says Professor Adam Davis.

Columbus Dispatch

Andrew Levitt '01 has gone from a popular Columbus drag performer and gay rights activist to one of the most recognizable drag queens in the world.

Columbus Dispatch

COVID-19 spells greater danger for African Americans says Denison Post-doctorate Fellow Terrance Dean in an op-ed.

Alan Orth '71 began advocating for the environment while a student at Denison and brought a sustainable culture to his hometown of Weston, MA.

Colorado School of Law

University of Colorado Law School Professor Anna Spain Bradley '99 has been elected to Council on Foreign Relations.


Denison's grounds and landscape manager, Kevin Mercer, was honored for his work of sustainably maintaining and beautifying the college’s campus.

Newark Advocate

Denison's “Homestay” program, connects faculty and community members with students stranded by the pandemic.

UltraRunning Magazine

Wes Judd is burning up the miles as an ultramarathoner - with seven top-ten finishes.

The Waco Tribune

Television journalist Niyah Gonzalez '16 will join Todd Unger as the news anchor for KXXV's 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts in Waco, Texas.

Preston Hollow Advocate

"History American Pop" by Laura Roosevelt '83, great-granddaughter of Franklin and Eleanor, connects history and abstract art.


"The hope moment is this idea of a moment in between your inhale and your exhale," says Prof. Ching-chu Hu of his musical inspiration.

Newark Advocate

Bob Ghiloni led the Denison men's basketball program for nearly two decades. He remains on the faculty as a professor.

Norwalk Reflector

Dr. Mark McLoney '81, a theatre major at Denison, is the medical director for MetroHealth’s LGBTQI+ Pride Network in his hometown of Norwalk, Ohio.

In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, Prof. Karen Spierling focuses on the value proposition of a liberal arts education.

Authority Magazine

Entrepreneur Emily Merrell '09 majored in Spanish & Comm., worked for Tory Burch & now leads Six Degrees Society, with chapters across the US.


Goldman Sachs partner Heather Bellini '91 is one of Barron's 100 most influential women in finance.

LC Concerned Citizens

Homestead aficionado Richard Downs '77 shares his views on sustainability and the future.

Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Terrance Dean discovered the history behind the first town in California founded by African Americans, including Denisonian William Payne.

Columbus Dispatch

An article by Alina Panek '20, investigating the history of Denison's Naked Week, is published in both the Columbus Dispatch & the Newark Advocate.

WOSU radio

TUTTI Festival of new arts brings together a variety of composers, artists & musicians for five days of events.

Newark Advocate

The Denison Venture Philanthropy has awarded $10,000 and 200 student volunteer hours to Hospice of Central Ohio


Some of Emeriti Psychology Prof. Harry Heft's research on cognitive mapping was developed on the Denison campus - see why it's important today.

Columbus Monthly

Homestead students step outside the structured college environment & connect with the natural world; close, meaningful community & hands-on work.