Stephanie Danler ’06 earns widespread praise as her debut novel, "Sweetbitter," hits shelves.
Kenyon Review editor David Lynn ’76 P’14 is honored with one of the nation’s most prestigious literary awards for his short story “Divergence.”
Kenyon’s jazz ensemble hits New Orleans to perform, learn from the masters and soak in the city’s unique culture.
Economics major Rioghnach Robinson ’16 makes her publishing debut with a much-anticipated novel.
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.
The Kenyon Review announces the winner of the Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers.
The Alumni Bulletin’s book editor reflects on this year’s notable Kenyon books.
Dancing with the Kenyon Stars returns with plenty of dips, spins and even lifts — and all those moves raise money for charity.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.
Students transform an extra room into a gallery that passers-by can view through the window.
A junior reflects on some of Kenyon’s more unique course offerings.
A student group, the Pealers, carries on a bell-ringing tradition in the Church of the Holy Spirit.
Professor Sarah J. Heidt ’97 poses important questions to the Class of 2019 in the traditional Founders’ Day address.
Kenyon is helping students find work they want to do through an online job board, an internship contest and more.
Jesseca Kusher ’19, a budding environmental scientist, adds to the talent of Kenyon’s newest class.
Author Roger Rosenblatt brings his wry wit to campus to headline the Kenyon Review Literary Festival.