Kenyon hosts a GLBTQIA weekend for alumni and students.
The Rev. Donald Lynn Rogan, professor emeritus of religious studies and former chaplain at Kenyon, has died.
Kenyon marks 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act with events to explore the idea that everyone thinks differently.
Associate Professor of Political Science David Leibowitz and English Professor Jesse Matz are awarded prestigious professorships.
Helen Forman, longtime College bookstore employee and daughter and mother of Kenyon pioneers, died Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, at her home in Gambier.
A Kenyon alumna is ready for the challenge of connecting people of all beliefs in her new role as College chaplain and leader of an Episcopal parish.
The Brown Family Environmental Center celebrates 20 years of providing students a living laboratory.
Mary Hettlinger, a longtime community member, has died at 87.
Kenyon welcomes 493 members of the Class of 2019 to the Hill.
Kenyon welcomes students, staff and community members for a feast held along Middle Path.
Three trees on Kenyon’s campus have been designated state champions.
Missing the Hill? Read about campus life back to 1856 through a new online collection of the student newspaper.
Kenyon provides a finish line for the Pelotonia bike ride that raises millions for cancer research.