Ten years after its delivery, the 2005 Kenyon Commencement address by David Foster Wallace lives on in popular consciousness, in social media and in print.
The Gund Gallery receives a Mellon grant to pilot an artist residency program.
A Kenyon professor wins a competitive grant to document and share the stories of Latinos in Knox County.
A dance performance will explore dreams, comfort zones and relationships.
Retired Episcopal Bishop William Swing ’58 H’80 pairs with a Gambier publisher to release "A Bishop’s Quest."
Architect Graham Gund ’63 is donating 80 modern and contemporary artworks, including a Picasso and a Chihuly.
Three ensembles performing this month will feature wind, percussion and Chinese instruments.
A new exhibit surveys how photos have contributed to the visual culture of the United States.
Cuban social activist group Krudas Cubensi will lecture and perform at Horn Gallery.
Emmy award-winning set designer Jim Fenhagen '76 visits campus to share his craft.
The Mivos Quartet, a strings group with a contemporary focus, will perform at Kenyon.
Acclaimed klezmer fiddler Alicia Svigals presents her original score for a silent film in a screening at the Gund Gallery.
Poet and Harvard fellow Amir Sulaiman captivates a Horn Gallery audience with a reading.
Senior art majors exhibit final projects at Gund Gallery.