President Decatur attends a White House summit and pledges to increase opportunities for low-income and disadvantaged students at Kenyon.
New stipend will make internships more accessible for eligible students.
December is prime time for college neurosis. Seniors are waiting for early decisions and juniors have just received scores for the SATs they bombed. But if your child is under ten, or better yet, still in utero, you can alleviate a lot of stress by adhering…
Decatur envisions the College's future with a strategic 2020 plan.
The holidays are just not the same without a snow-filled Old Kenyon.
Students, faculty, and staff commit to service in fall semester.
Cathy Boutin was the face of Kenyon for many prospective students.
In a reversal of that helicopter hovering we hear so much about—parents who don’t think grown children can remember what to do—I told my son that he would have to call us from Kenyon every morning this fall so we would remember to get out of bed.
Jane Smail, who taught piano at Kenyon and inspired her students while battling multiple sclerosis, has died.
Parenting a child through the college search process is a bit like taking a journey to the moon—a terrifying passage through dark space with a suspenseful landing.
President Decatur's talk “Is There a Future for Liberal Arts?” at the City Club of Cleveland is featured on Huffington Post Education.
Inspired by Kenyon's literary tradition, students step up to the challenge of National Novel Writing Month.
The 2013 fall meeting of the trustees was business mixed with the pleasure of the Decatur inauguration.
Kenyon President Sean M. Decatur tackles the question “Is There a Future for Liberal Arts?” on Friday at noon.