Please join us in Gambier October 17-19, 2014, for Kenyon's Family Weekend. Register online.
Connect with friends and classmates through the Kenyon Alumni Online Directory.
We would like to extend sincere thanks to all who have already donated to the Kenyon Fund and the Kenyon Parents Fund. Your participation makes a difference.
Kenyon welcomes the Class of 2018 to the Hill and celebrates opening Convocation.
Students build a greenhouse in Mongolia to provide residents with access to better nutrition.
The Hill is open all season with special visit days September 27, October 5-6, and November 2.
Research by Greg Carr '04 seeks to ease the lives of those who suffer from psychiatric disorders.
Lords lineman and biochemistry major Alex Oles ’16 pushes the boundaries of cancer research.
Award-winning professors on motivating students, exercising the brain, and salsa dancing.
Few people know that the monument that opened to the public in 2004 is fundamentally different from the…
James Keller, Chemistry, brings his expertise to Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art.
Víctor Rodríguez Núñez’s With a Strange Scent of World isn’t what you would expect from a Cuban poet…
Fully residential and one of the most beautiful anywhere, Kenyon's hilltop campus boasts 125 buildings, a 480-acre environmental center, hiking trails, and woods, all bordered by the Kokosing, one of Ohio's scenic rivers.
Gifts to the Kenyon Fund and Kenyon Parents Fund help make the Kenyon experience possible.
Kenyon's 186th Commencement took place May 17, 2014. Enjoy videos, speeches, and photos from the weekend and share your own photos on Instagram. #Kenyon2014.
Rosse Hall, brightened by a film crew's lighting equipment
Elizabeth Matteri '15, Taylor Sweeney '15, and Mattias Galliano '15, all studying in Munich, gather for Taylor’s vernissage on July 5th at Galerie Christoph Dürr in Neuhausen, Munich
Nick Rogers '15 and Taylor Sweeney '15 find each other amongst the lads in London during their semesters abroad this past spring.
Senior and Student Council President Kevin Pan immerses himself in local culture at the Mt. Vernon First Friday Festival
The STEM Mentoring Initiative highlights roles of self-advocacy, curiosity, and community in one's career exploration and professional development.