Thousands of Pelotonia bicyclists pedaled into Gambier for the fifth year in a row to support cancer research.
Kenyon has hired an independent compliance auditor to undertake a comprehensive review of the College’s Title IX policies.
The old bank building will make way for a new Village Market as additional student housing takes shape.
In the wake of recent attacks around the nation, the Kenyon community discusses ways to cope and empathize.
President Sean Decatur discusses sexual misconduct on college campuses in a special debate for PBS’s “Point Taken.”
Work on the site of the old bank building on Chase Avenue is set to begin, continuing a slate of improvements to downtown Gambier.
Approximately 45 trees across campus are targeted for removal in the interest of campus safety.
New gravel, trees, benches and lights in the village center will link the restored north and south parts of the historic path.
Janet Lohmann of Bowdoin College will serve as Kenyon’s dean of students.
Alexander Nethercutt '16 and Max Siegrist '16 land jobs at Yelp, joining new Kenyon graduates in the workforce.
Kenyon dedicates new offices for the Philander Chase Conservancy in honor of John A. Woollam ’61 H’08.
Best-selling author John Green ’00 H’16 shares wisdom with the graduating Class of 2016.
Michael Durham, substance abuse educator and counselor, addresses the Class of 2016 at Baccalaureate.
Best-selling author John Green ’00 headlines the 188th Commencement ceremony May 21.