Author and poet Mukoma Wa Ngugi speaks about the unprecedented gain in popularity of genre.
The Graham Gund Gallery Strategic Plan focuses on collaborative learning and a creative campus.
A "Breaking Bad" actor talks about his career and disability.
The Kenyon Review Literary Festival marked the journal’s 75th anniversary and honored author Ann Patchett.
Wendy MacLeod’s latest play premieres at Bolton Theater.
A modern version of the Bible on display in Olin Library reaches back centuries.
A Kenyon-formed company is bringing unique moves to the dance world.
As part of a class, students aim to “disrupt” daily life with art installations.
Professor Anna Sun’s book receives a top award.
Andrew Welsh-Huggins ’83 is coming to Kenyon to sign his new mystery novel.
The architect of the National World War II Memorial discusses the project and the process.
Spanish professor Katherine Hedeen wins an NEA fellowship for literature translation.
Students will perform modern dances choreographed for a rustic setting.