Whether she is photographing gun enthusiasts, shoveling horse manure, or socializing with the Amish, Rebecca Katzman ’14 pursues part of her Kenyon education on country roads.
Summer Legal Scholars tackle questions about the law and public policy.
A research team led by professors Peter D. Rutkoff and William D. Scott has embarked on its fourth summer sojourn to St. Helena Island, S.C., where it will conclude the collection of oral histories of the Gullah, people who have lived on the sea islands of the region for hundreds of years.
Jack Pratt, who became a Congressional chief of staff at a young age, offers pointers on how to land your dream job in Washington D.C.
From Fair Trade bananas to redeemable permits for sulfur dioxide pollution, Jay Corrigan probes the value that people place on goods that aren't tangible in the usual sense.
The newly re-formed Kenyon Film Society (KFS) has teamed up with the Gund Gallery to bring to campus four films highlighting human rights around the globe.
A few months ago, Raddatz might not have been an aisle-filler, but her moderation of this month’s vice presidential debate between incumbent Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan changed that.
Kenyon marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with a program reflecting on cultural responses to the Holocaust on Wednesday at 4:10 p.m. in the Cheever Room at the Finn House. The Kenyon Review, Graham Gund…