Through a job-shadowing program, Kenyon students get a personal look at careers in libraries, emergency medicine, television production and more.
Justin Shipley ’11 takes comedy seriously as the writer and producer of the new show "Wrecked."
Dancing with the Kenyon Stars returns with plenty of dips, spins and even lifts — and all those moves raise money for charity.
Gianna Biaggi '17 earns grants to help develop public service literacy programs.
Holly McCormack of Bennington College joins Kenyon as dean of the Career Development Office on Aug. 14.
Professor of Music Ted Buehrer '91 encourages the Class of 2017 to embrace constraints, celebrate their creativity and keep in touch.
As another semester draws to a close, Natalie Kane '18 reflects on why junior year has been her "most balanced so far."
Visitors explore the newly renovated Wright Center in downtown Mount Vernon, now home to Kenyon's film department.
Ian Edwards '17 finds a new way to express himself after discovering dance at Kenyon.
Screenwriter Jay Cocks '66, on campus for a showing of his movie "Silence," shares advice on the film industry.
Twin troubles are in the spotlight as Kenyon thespians present Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors."
Kenyon will celebrate high-impact practices with the second annual "CHIPs" event.
Events this summer will honor legendary drama professor.
Kenyon's mainstage productions owe their sets to master technician Christopher Ellsworth '96 and his crew.
A senior math and economics major plans to put her liberal arts background to work at a financial firm.
Former students pay tribute to Harlene Marley, a beloved professor emerita of drama who died at 76.
Professor Emerita of Drama Harlene Marley, known as "Queen Harlene" before retiring from the College in 2005, has died at the age of 76.
A Fulbright Visiting Scholar helps Kenyon students explore the relationship between dance and Islam.
Students tackle a nuanced drama with their production of "Uncle Vanya."