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.
Collegian editors Gabe Brison-Trezise ’16 and Henri Gendreau ’16 sit down for an interview with FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. P’16.
Kenyon alumna Rachel Dickson ’08 uncovers archival film footage proving Sen. Bernie Sanders protested for civil rights.
FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. P’16 addresses privacy and security issues at CSAD’s biennial conference.
A history seminar uses gender as a lens to examine a rapidly changing region.
Beverly Tatum, a psychologist and author specializing in how race functions in education, leads a discussion and workshop at Kenyon.
U.S. Senator Robert Portman will speak at Kenyon about combating drug abuse and human trafficking.