Success of Summer Science Scholars program prompts summer research opportunities in the humanities and social sciences.
Marco Saavedra ’11, who came to the U.S. illegally as a child, has been thrust into the international spotlight through his passion for immigration reform. On July 22, he joined other undocumented activists in a border protest.
Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor visits Kenyon on Thursday to share her story of survival and forgiveness.
The Center for the Study of American Democracy attracts a blue-ribbon lineup of economists and policy makers for a conference on “The Politics of Economic Inequality.”
Starting this Wednesday, politicos and economic experts alike will descend on Gambier to discuss “The Politics of Economic Inequality.”
A poverty simulation coming to Kenyon this week hopes to raise awareness of economic inequality.
Rural gun culture explored during public panel discussion.
As opposition leader and Kenyon grad Leopoldo López ’93 faces anti-government charges in South America, Provost Joe Klesner sorts out the details.
Lara Friedman, an expert on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, visits Kenyon to discuss peace and politics in the region.
Associate Professor of Economics Jay Corrigan explores income inequality through the lens of immigration reform.