Photographer and Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 is selected for a national park residency.
Economics major Rioghnach Robinson ’16 makes her publishing debut with a much-anticipated novel.
Using “visceral materials,” artist Natalie Wardlaw ’16 created a portfolio of work that is up for a top statewide art award.
Dance students connect online with international partners to create filmed performances.
A New Orleans brass band comes to campus ahead of the Jazz Ensemble’s performance in the Big Easy.
The Kenyon Review announces the winner of the Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers.
In "Our Town," students chronicle the lives and deaths of residents from the fictional Grover’s Corners.
The Alumni Bulletin’s book editor reflects on this year’s notable Kenyon books.
Kenyon Review editors offer their picks for snow-bound reading.
Professor of Spanish Víctor Rodríguez Núñez wins a prestigious prize for his poetry.
Senior art majors open their Horvitz Hall studios for a preview of their artwork.
Students transform an extra room into a gallery that passers-by can view through the window.