Chloe and I first arrived in America only a few weeks ago. Everything was so new, so strange to us. People in America make eye contact, they say Hi to each other, and they mean it! It took us a while, but we are finding our place in a new country.
After a year hunched over her computer, Sarah Hume ventured into the woods to become reacquainted with her body. What she found was a connection to the trail that grounded her in ways she could not have anticipated.
Dispatch from Kyoto, Japan, Lisa Torio writes that genuine healing requires confrontation. Torio, a Denison grad, helped inspire the Narrative Journalism program.
Chelsea Jacobs, a nurse in West Virginia, recounts her experience working throughout the pandemic and the need for a comfortable face mask.
Read about Georgia McIntire-Weaver’s legal journey as she preservers explicit and implicit misogyny acts by people who controlled her town.
Sarah Scheuer entered coronavirus lockdown with a sense of foreboding. The Isolation Journals threw her a lifeline. What connections could she possibly make?
Liz Anastasiadis learned a lot when her aunt was sick with cancer, then passed away in 2020. She learned how important it is for us to take care of each other, to go get the mail, even when we don’t want to.
Warren Weber has spent his life time giving back to his community. This story is the fourth part of a series of written and audio stories called Black Lives in Licking County, a collaboration between the NAACP of Licking County, The Reporting Project at Denison University, and the Newark Advocate.
A local book club re-discovers local writer Gertrude Dorsey Brown more than 100 years after her work was published. This story is the third part of a series of written and audio stories called Black Lives in Licking County, a collaboration between the NAACP of Licking County, The Reporting Project at Denison University, and the Newark Advocate.