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Perfect weather and breathtaking views made this once-in-a-lifetime event live up to the hype.
With a wealth of student inspiration, a new hub for clubs brings campus organizations together.
For over 100 years, some of our most important events have taken place at Swasey.
Professor Toni King reflects on the students she’s mentored and the expanding culture of DEI.
It’s Denison tradition for graduating longtime roommates to have dinner with the president — and a photo shoot that captures their special relationships.
Denison officially launches its new philanthropic community of women.
Coach Maureen Hirt faced more than a few challenges this basketball season — and emerged the victor.

Lilly Rennie ‘24

Four decades ago, Walker Roberts ’82 left Denison with a degree in history and a plan he revealed to no one.
Ewing had screened more than 9000 films on the Cleveland Institute of Art campus since the repertory theater launched in 1986.
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The athletic department, data analytics, and HESS are developing ideas that could produce valuable data sets and real-time experience for students.
Women’s fencing coach Peter Grandbois permanently marks the team’s success over Division I opponents.
Former players are finding NFL jobs thanks to education and connections.
Reflecting on how Denison shaped an alum’s past, present, and future.

Robert Mennel ’60

Featured in the 2014 magazine, Perez is making a difference in the lives of fellow immigrants.
Women’s swim and dive added another NCAA trophy, coaches from three winter sports earned major recognition, and two fencers gained All-American honors.
President Weinberg delivers his commencement address to the Class of 2024.
Denison young alums network their way into journalism jobs out west.

Sophie LeMay ’24

Raymond Marolt ‘14 took his interest in migration and global issues from his senior research project all the way to a global career.
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