Abigail Valentine ’21: Seville, Spain

Abby is double-majoring in Psychology and Spanish.  

A New Understanding of Home

As part of Denison’s Home to the Hill course, students complete a Digital Storytelling Project in which they reflect on their time away from Denison. Students can elect to create a video or use other platforms, like Shorthand or Scalar. Abby has given us permission to share her story, A New Understanding of Home, with you.

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Where Did All the Denisonians Go?

Navigating the online learning experience and personal life in the midst of COVID-19

Denison student experiences during a rare pandemic

Written by Seyeong Hanlim ’23

Note: This post was originally submitted for publication in May 2020, so some information may be out of date. 

Seyeong Hanlim ’23 (writer) moved to a friend’s home in California in the middle of the night upon Denison’s campus shutdown, March 2020.

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Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration Helps Globalize the Liberal Arts

Written by Casey Trimm ’20

The holidays call for quality time spent with friends and family, authentic food, and a celebration of culture, but international students at Denison don’t always have the luxury to do so. Lucky enough for the Denison community, the Asian Culture Club (ACC), in collaboration with Global China Connection (GCC), hosted a Mid-Autumn Festival celebration embracing this traditional Asian holiday and bringing the community together.

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