We are obligated as citizens of a diverse democracy to challenge disagreeable, prevailing discourse with well-reasoned, well-argued and well-supported opposing arguments.
Kenyon students got a personal view of the 2016 presidential race when vice presidential pick Tim Kaine visited campus.
New York Times journalists Maureen Dowd and Carl Hulse engaged the Kenyon community in a discussion about the presidential election.
Dozens of Kenyon students board a bus and head to Washington, D.C., to meet alumni, discuss politics, and find their futures.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd will visit campus to discuss the election and sign copies of her new book, “The Year of Voting Dangerously.”
The Center for the Study of American Democracy presented a panel examining how populist movements can lead to the rise of authoritarianism.
Prominent equal justice lawyer Bryan Stevenson speaks at Kenyon.
We will fail to create a community inclusive of religious difference until we can do the work of listening and empathizing across boundaries of faith.
Kenyon welcomes interfaith leader Eboo Patel for a talk on accepting and supporting different faiths.
Aubrianna Osorio '17 studies the evolution of midwifery in the U.S. as a summer legal scholar.
Kenyon students earn praise for their engagement with FBI Director James B. Comey P'16 during his keynote speech at the CSAD conference.