The Kenyon Bookstore will be in a temporary location July through November before returning to a renovated permanent home.
Known for her generosity of spirit and skills as a writer and editor, Amy served the Kenyon community in multiple capacities during a career spanning more than two decades.
In her Baccalaureate address, Associate Provost Ivonne Garcia reminds the Class of 2017 that "failure may be the best thing that ever happened to you."
Shaka Smart '99 H'17 tells the Class of 2017 not to fear the two f's: failure and feedback.
Professor of Music Ted Buehrer '91 encourages the Class of 2017 to embrace constraints, celebrate their creativity and keep in touch.
Associate Provost Ivonne Garcia will be the first Latina to deliver the Baccalaureate address at Kenyon.
On Saturday, May 20, 445 members of the Class of 2017 will be recognized at Kenyon's 189th Commencement ceremony.
Eliza Abendroth '18 and Phoebe Carter '17 are honored with the Franklin Miller Award for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Kenyon's faculty members vote unanimously to approve a statement affirming their commitment to freedom of expression.
Four members of the faculty were awarded tenure by the Kenyon Board of Trustees.
Professor of Biology Chris Gillen will head the Faculty Executive Committee and serve on Kenyon's Senior Staff.
Kenyon recognizes the achievements of faculty, alumni and students at its annual Honors Day celebration.
Students will have new housing options next semester as construction continues in downtown Gambier.