An array of events expands Martin Luther King Jr. Day from remembrance to action.
Spanish professor Víctor Rodríguez Núñez responds to restored relations between U.S. and Cuba.
Professor Glenn McNair discusses racial tensions, police aggression and the goal of education.
Members of the Kenyon community weigh in on recent events in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Mo.
CSAD has achieved endowment success to ensure civil discourse on issues of the day.
Leopoldo López '93, the jailed Venezuelan politician and activist, writes a letter to the Kenyon community.
The sister of Leopoldo López ’93 visits Kenyon to speak about his imprisonment in Venezuela.
A noted historian visits Kenyon to tap into stories from the Civil War.
Professor of Economics Will Melick discusses monetary policy and his sabbatical.
Amelia Li ’15 discusses her research on the impact of incarceration on families.
Iranian philosopher Abdolkarim Soroush visits Kenyon to discuss democracy, religion and poetry.
A selective seminar for seniors brings in scholars from Oxford.
This Constitution Day, a visiting scholar explores the use of drones and government surveillance.
An international studies major shares her experience volunteering at the Annunciation House on the U.S.-Mexico border.