Grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations sets the stage for interdisciplinary first-year seminar.
Kenyon launches a new office of community engagement, led by Jennifer Odenweller.
Alumni, faculty, parents, staff and students are invited to a new Kenyon digital community, Switchboard.
A new Office of Spiritual and Religious Life, directed by Marc Bragin, will promote interfaith dialogues across campus.
Sarah Eisenlohr ’15 and Shariq Khan ’15 receive the Franklin Miller Award for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Todd Burson takes over as vice president for finance.
Angus MacDonell of Claremont University Consortium is set to take the reins at the Kenyon College Bookstore.
Kenyon approves a new Title IX and Violence Against Women Act policy.
The custodian known for her sense of humor died June 20.
Kenyon hosts a Beatles tribute concert to benefit Pelotonia, a cycling tour for cancer research.
Jane Martindell, former dean of academic advising and support, shares thoughts on 18 years at Kenyon.
A double major in art and economics helped Grace Janzow '15 land a position at a financial firm.
The Gambier Child Care Center wins the state’s highest rating in early care and education.
Kenyon will begin renovating the Buckeye Candy building in downtown Mount Vernon in September.