The Church of the Holy Spirit's bells rang 526 times to represent each donation to the Kenyon Fund during the College's second Bell-A-Thon on Nov. 29.
Before heading home for Thanksgiving break, Kenyon students at the annual Peircegiving feast reflected on what they're thankful for this year.
Creating a playlist is a way for me to respond to events happening around us. This playlist is a reflection of the mixture of emotions that I have felt, and emotions that others have shared with me, over the past week.
A contest to describe Kenyon’s most peculiar archival images draws 500 stories from 284 alumni, students and prospective students.
Herbie Dittersdorf ’19 digs up Kenyon’s past with his new podcast, “The Pinnacle.”
Follow the social media activity on the Hill as Kenyon moves in and formally welcomes the Class of 2020.
As members of the Class of 2020 prepare for their Kenyon debut, Phillip Gray Clark '17 offers five tips for making the most of Orientation.