Kenyon is named a top producer of Fulbright winners for 12 consecutive years.
A semester abroad led to an “intense epiphany” about global citizenship, writes Daniel Garcia-Archundia ’17.
From Gambier to Morocco to D.C., Haley Townsend '16 pursues her interest in Middle Eastern studies.
Two students and one alumna receive prestigious DAAD scholarships to study in Germany.
An exhibit in the Gund Gallery curatorial classroom will display a taste of the thousands of photos taken around the world by a former religion professor.
Kenyon students studying abroad in Paris are confirmed safe after Nov. 13 attacks.
Students explore the Kenyon experience beyond the Hill during Global Engagement Week.
Kenyon duo helps brighten the school days for children in Ghana with a Projects for Peace grant.
Daniel Garcia ’17 strengthens his understanding of Latin American culture on campus and abroad as a Gilman Scholar.
When Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 H’07 was imprisoned last year, a group of media-savvy Kenyon alumni sprang into action, joining an international effort to free their classmate.
A German government fellowship prepares Nathan Crist ’12 for a career in international relations.
Eleven Kenyon graduates set off on global adventures as Fulbright winners.
Two students discuss how their charity for Nepali schoolchildren switched to helping with earthquake recovery.