Student actors portray young people navigating wartime uncertainty in the 1960s in the play "Moonchildren."
Two musical ensembles visit Kenyon in October to perform classical works.
Professor Royal Rhodes speaks Oct. 6 about his new exhibit marking 150 years of "Alice in Wonderland."
Author Roger Rosenblatt brings his wry wit to campus to headline the Kenyon Review Literary Festival.
After collaborating on a dance project, Gabby Mitchell '15 and Professor of Dance Julie Brodie traveled to France to present their work at an international conference.
Nancy “Rusty” Barceló, a nationally known advocate of higher education diversity, visits Kenyon as part of a series of Hispanic Heritage Month events.
Musicians and dancers from West Africa are spending a week teaching in a variety of Kenyon classes and giving a public performance.
Associate Professor of English Jene Schoenfeld uses summer seminars to study slave narratives and black poetry.
A women’s theater group strives to bring female work to campus.
Student artists recycle fallen trees into functional sculptures.
Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 shows past and present works as part of a new exhibit in Columbus.
A comedy by Professor Wendy MacLeod ’81 has been selected for the National Playwrights Conference.
High school students fill notebooks with poetry and prose at the selective Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop.