The autumnal splash of color embellishing the Kenyon campus sets the scene for the annual Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Brown Family Environmental Center.
Ever since his 2005 Commencement speech “This is Water,” author David Foster Wallace has been linked with Kenyon. That connection grows stronger when Wallace biographer D.T. Max visits the campus.
It’s doubtful that any Kenyon student knows more about goats than Laura Duncan ’17. Goats are her specialty—particularly pygmy goats, a miniature domestic breed usually kept as a pet. Duncan began breeding…
The dramatic redesign of the Kenyon website was rewarded recently with national honors from eduStyle, an online design gallery that critiques websites of higher education institutions and shares new and different designs.
President Sean M. Decatur names College Relations Vice President Sarah Kahrl director of the Kenyon Institute and senior advancement advisor.
Immigration-reform activist Marco Saavedra ’11 is the keynote speaker for the annual series of events.
Best-selling author and food-movement legend Michael Pollan at Rosse Hall at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Anne Kilbourne Jeffrey Robinson P '81, an inseparable partner with her husband in all matters Kenyon and alumni, died Monday, September 2, in the company of her family at Kendal at Granville.
Kenyon College ranks 3rd on BuzzFeed’s “41 Scenic College Campuses That Were Made For Instagram.”
The largest class in Kenyon’s history, plus 13 transfer students, will join the campus community at Convocation on Sunday, August 25.
President Sean M. Decatur and national union leaders ink maintenance agreement on Wednesday.
The Office of Campus Safety plans an emergency drill at the Olin Library on Tuesday.