Call it Kenyon’s very own pipeline into the art world. Alumni holding key posts at Christie’s have offered internships, externships, and guidance to dozens of students.
With two Kenyon friends, Becca Roth ’10 braved controversy and resistance to make an even-handed documentary about a vote to ban same-sex marriage in North Carolina.
It has been nearly five years since Matthew Segal ’08 and Jarrett Moreno ’08 graduated from Kenyon. In that time, they have conquered Capitol Hill and founded OurTime.org. Last Thursday, Jan. 31, they returned to tell their tale in an event put on by Student Lectureships.
He's a 1976 theater major who has won seventeen emmys. His work has appeared on major television networks from ABC to VH1. President Obama complimented his work on-air. And you've probably never heard his name.
If the twenty-first century Kenyon campus can be seen as a canvas, then Graham Gund is the artist.
A gem-like little college way out in Ohio sets the romance in motion.
Carl Djerassi, a scientist and an artist, portrays himself in one of his poems as a “master of chemical transmutation.”
A recent rankings report by the Peace Corps revealed that Kenyon has the eighth highest number of Peace Corps volunteers among small colleges and universities, with 16. Tied with nine other schools in…