Kenyon's Class of 2020 includes many talented first-year students, including jump rope champion Anushka Patel '20.
The cultural organization for Latino/a students celebrates 30 years and leads Kenyon’s Latinx Heritage Month festivities.
Herbie Dittersdorf ’19 digs up Kenyon’s past with his new podcast, “The Pinnacle.”
Follow the social media activity on the Hill as Kenyon moves in and formally welcomes the Class of 2020.
A Kenyon junior reminisces about those first few days of new faces and surroundings on the Hill.
As members of the Class of 2020 prepare for their Kenyon debut, Phillip Gray Clark '17 offers five tips for making the most of Orientation.
A hard-working duo has made the WKCO recording studio the place to go for student musicians.
The Black Box Theater gets a new home in a larger, more accessible space.
Chiddy Bang and Rubblebucket headline Summer Sendoff festivities.
A recent Relay for Life event at Kenyon reminds Katie Jimenez-Gray '18 of the importance of supporting cancer patients.
Kenyon’s jazz ensemble hits New Orleans to perform, learn from the masters and soak in the city’s unique culture.
Kenyon’s new Rocketry Club celebrates its start with an eventful liftoff.
The Gund Gallery takes residence hall decor to the next level with a new art-loan program.
The Council for Diversity and Social Justice 2016 Symposium will address issues that have been the subjects of student activism on the nation’s campuses.
Kenyon students, faculty and staff share photos of a morning snowfall in Gambier.
Students try to take the chill out of February by bringing back Philander’s Phling dance.
These 10 Kenyon student blog posts were the most popular in 2015.