Student residences close at noon on Saturday, December 20 and re-open at 5pm on Saturday, January 10, 2015.
The semester ends at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, December 19. Spring semester classes begin on Monday, January 12.
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.
Senior art majors showcase their work and processes in Open Studio.
Spanish professor Víctor Rodríguez Núñez responds to restored relations between U.S. and Cuba.
Biologist Joan Slonczewski blogs about her five-week research mission in Antarctica to study climate change.
Photo Credit: Joan Slonczewski
Stephanie Mannatt Danler '06 lands a major deal for her debut novel, Sweetbitter.
Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of S. Danler/The Collegian
Nick Westervelt ’05 and Becky Mumaw ’06 share how they turned a "hard-luck farm" into a success.
Soccer standout Tony Amolo '17 is consumed by travel, transition, and transformation.
The College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Days of Dialogue opening symposium.
Professor Renee Romano, of Oberlin College, will present from her newest book, Racial Reckoning: Prosecuting…
How did painters, photographers, journalists, and other narrative and image makers represent the ideas…
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.
Greek Leadership Award Winners
Family Weekend with the biggest Kenyon fans