The Kenyon College nonprofit land trust has changed its name to the Philander Chase Conservancy.
Substance abuse educator and counselor Mike Durham is chosen to address the Class of 2016 at Baccalaureate.
A financial job launches Manjul Bhusal Sharma '16 toward a career in independent investment research.
Kenyon wins Tree Campus USA recognition for its commitment to effective campus forest management.
The Council for Diversity and Social Justice 2016 Symposium will address issues that have been the subjects of student activism on the nation’s campuses.
President Sean Decatur signs a climate commitment pledging Kenyon to a goal of carbon neutrality.
Kenyon joins more than 640 colleges and universities in the effort to create a sustainable future by embracing an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
Florence “Toby” Sells Lord, longtime administrative assistant to Kenyon’s Department of Art and Art History, died Sunday, Jan. 24.
Dan Younger, who shared his love of photography through a campus gallery and art history classes, has died.
New student housing will rise on the lot now occupied by the long-time tavern.
Natalia “Natasha” Olshanskaya, a beloved professor of Russian, died Wednesday, Jan. 20. She was 66.
Kenyon joins a national initiative valuing ethics in the college admissions process.
Two seniors take instruction skills learned at Kenyon into the community to start a college prep class for young Latinos.