Fifty new oak trees are coming soon to the northern section of Middle Path.
Kenyon recognizes teachers and students at annual Honors Day Convocation.
President Sean Decatur reflects on the Gund Gallery and its role at Kenyon.
Kenyon seniors are heading off the Hill and landing everywhere from classrooms to financial firms.
An interactive graph illustrates the relationship between majors and careers of alumni.
A leading conservation expert will discuss the continued preservation of the Gambier countryside.
Kenyon rolls out offers of admission to the Class of 2019 after receiving a record number of applications.
A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation helps Kenyon promote community-engaged learning.
Andrea Goldblum to join Kenyon as civil rights coordinator and oversee Title IX compliance.
How the closing of Sweet Briar College and the life of Carl Djerassi ’43 bring Kenyon's 2020 plan into clearer focus.
The Middle Path restoration project moves to South Campus.
Kenyon is poised to establish an academic and community-engagement presence in downtown Mount Vernon, pending trustee approval.
Scholar and poet Steven Salaita will speak on Palestine and academic freedom.