Printing in three dimensions can produce items from wrenches to jewelry to models of ancient masterpieces. And now, thanks to a group of faculty including Professor of Art History Sarah Blick, 3-D printing…
To help shed light on the conflict, Along Middle Path spoke with Thomas Karako, director of the Center for the Study of American Democracy and assistant professor of political science. Karako is an expert on U.S. defense policy.
English major Nate Lotze ’14 honed his writing and batting skills in a dual summer internship.
Kenyon students are back on the Hill after a summer of tackling challenging internships, engaging in volunteer work and immersing themselves in unfamiliar cultures.
Anne Kilbourne Jeffrey Robinson P '81, an inseparable partner with her husband in all matters Kenyon and alumni, died Monday, September 2, in the company of her family at Kendal at Granville.
Kenyon welcomes the Class of 2017. Some good-natured ribbing from the Upperclassmen allows the Kenyon first-years to earn the respect of their peers at First-Year Sing, an important rite of passage since…
Research by Professor of Biology Siobhan Fennessy shows environmental benefits of converting farmland back to wetlands.
Gund Gallery Associate Virginia McBride '15 merges technology and art in a prestigious summer fellowship at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The Harcourt Parish Rummage Sale and Boutique returns to Gambier this week to benefit non-profits.
The largest class in Kenyon’s history, plus 13 transfer students, will join the campus community at Convocation on Sunday, August 25.
Her college education makes Brittney Miles ’13 stand out in her inner-city Chicago neighborhood, where she is often called “college girl.” “That makes no sense,” Miles said. “There should be a lot of college girls and guys.”
President Sean M. Decatur and national union leaders ink maintenance agreement on Wednesday.
The Office of Campus Safety plans an emergency drill at the Olin Library on Tuesday.
During intensive summer program, Kenyon student scientists work alongside top cancer researchers.