Two seniors take instruction skills learned at Kenyon into the community to start a college prep class for young Latinos.
New director of green initiatives is a leader in Kenyon’s effort to care for the environment.
Trustee Teaching Award winners Jay Corrigan and Irene López reflect on their craft.
Kenyon lengthens its partnership through 2020 with Pelotonia, the bicycle ride that raises money to fight cancer.
Kenyon mourns the death of Thomas J. Edwards, dean of students for more than three decades.
Vice President for Student Affairs Meredith Harper Bonham ’92 talks about student health, the first-year experience and other top priorities for her office.
The latest Franklin Miller Award winners, Jamie Currie ’16 and Qossay Alsattari ’16, show leadership in the classroom.
Middle Path Medals and the Faculty Advising Award honor people who have made a difference at Kenyon.
The Kenyon College Board of Trustees discussed long-term capital projects during its Oct. 22-23 meeting.
The final section of the Middle Path restoration project includes improved landscaping and a café terrace.
Two faculty members have been approved for full professorships.
Kenyon moves into a new era of endowment management Jan. 1.
Angus MacDonell, the new bookstore manager, on a new book club, a website relaunch and becoming a Kenyon parent.