Get the social recap of Green's Kenyon College talk called "Thoughts on How to Make Things and Why." Photo by: Kathryn Krinsman
Relationships expert Harlan Cohen visits campus just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The Thrill's Charlotte Greene ’14 is back behind the camera and here to share a glimpse of Kenyon students’ Fall sartorial choices.
Immigration-reform activist Marco Saavedra ’11 is the keynote speaker for the annual series of events.
Kenyon welcomes the Class of 2017. Some good-natured ribbing from the Upperclassmen allows the Kenyon first-years to earn the respect of their peers at First-Year Sing, an important rite of passage since…
Kenyon buzzes as the first snowfall of the year blankets campus.
When undergraduate education is put under the microscope, few areas generate as much scrutiny (and at times controversy) as athletics.
Breaking Bad star RJ Mitte talks about his life, career, and mission with Matthew Eley ’15.
I had always regarded collegiate a cappella as one of those things that I would definitely try when I got to college, but never do in any serious way.
Fall sports teams harvest three NCAC tournament titles.
Kenyon's dining program receives distinction from the Green Restaurant Association for its sustainable practices.
Picnic combined orientation tradition, Gund exhibit and local harvest.
With lively renditions of Kenyon's favorite songs, the Class of 2018 earns the respect of their peers, who cheer on the first-years with some good-natured ribbing.
The Class of 2018 moves in and officially joins the Kenyon community at Convocation.
Changes on campus include new health center, Hillel House, and Middle Path.
The Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop draws budding talent to the Hill.
Trees will rise again along a portion of Middle Path undergoing restoration.
The first John Crowe Ransom Professor of English and the former editor of the Kenyon Review dies at 84.