Kenyon alumni and students gather in Cleveland to boost their career networks.
Topher White '04 founded an organization that aims to save the rainforest with the help of old cellphones and solar panels.
For George Stone '95, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler, the world is his office.
Chris Eigeman '87 answers questions about his role on the recently revived hit show "Gilmore Girls" and talks about life after Kenyon.
As co-founder of OurTime.org and ATTN:, Matthew Segal '08 works to educate and motivate young voters.
White House honoree Sonya Pryor-Jones ’94 visits Kenyon to discuss digital fabrication laboratories.
A recent gift from the estate of Robert P. Hubbard ’53 is one of the largest bequests Kenyon has received in its history.
"Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," a feature film based on the book by Ransom Riggs '01, hits theaters this Friday.
Former roommates Andrew Cunningham ’08 and Craig Getting ’08 remain connected by co-hosting a popular podcast to review books.
John Green ’00 H’16 is ready to turn his stunning commercial success into a lifelong career in writing.
From a senior thesis to an off-Broadway production, a play by Natalie Margolin ’14 receives rave reviews.
The Kenyon campus again stars as the setting for a feature film, this one by Karl Shefelman ’80.
Justin Shipley ’11 takes comedy seriously as the writer and producer of the new show "Wrecked."