Two seniors who have made significant contributions to the College receive an award named in honor of an esteemed professor emeritus of physics.
Professor of Political Science Tim Spiekerman specializes in political theory and politics and literature.
Star basketball coach Shaka Smart ’99 will deliver the Commencement address for the Class of 2017.
Experience fall at Kenyon by exploring a slideshow of falling leaves, stunning sunsets and decorative gourds.
The former Buckeye Candy building will house a film studio and the Office for Community Partnerships.
Last weekend, nearly 1,000 parents, siblings and other family members visited their students in Gambier and took part in a wide array of activities.
Just in time for Family Weekend, the Brown Family Environmental Center hosts a Harvest Festival to celebrate fall.
Kenyon's Class of 2020 includes many talented first-year students, including jump rope champion Anushka Patel '20.
Scott A. Layson, director of Kenyon’s Career Development Office, died Sept. 20, 2016. He was 48.
Eight professors receive tenure-track appointments.
Kenyon College becomes a founding member of an open-access publishing initiative.
From Cancún to Gambier to Paris, Peter Orlos '18 finds studying abroad to be a way of moving forward.
John Anderson, the former dean of admissions and financial aid, leaves a legacy of idealism and integrity.