The Chamber Singers spring tour premieres a composition by songwriter Andrea Daly ’06.
SXSWedu producer Greg Rosenbaum ’10 takes education in an innovative direction.
Quarterback Jake Bates ’16 lands a finance job with the help of a network of alumni athletes.
Kenyon hosts a GLBTQ weekend for alumni and students.
Helen Forman, longtime College bookstore employee and daughter and mother of Kenyon pioneers, died Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, at her home in Gambier.
Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 H’07 was convicted of inciting violence.
Drives home from campus inspired the writing process for Adama Berndt '17, who has released his first rap album.
Musicians and dancers from West Africa are spending a week teaching in a variety of Kenyon classes and giving a public performance.
SXSW Interactive Director Hugh Forrest '84 leads the way for innovative thinking.
Missing the Hill? Read about campus life back to 1856 through a new online collection of the student newspaper.
Krista Taylor ’93 gave a $10,000 award to her school to help students attend a Florida field trip.
Kenyon mourns the passing of acclaimed writer E.L. Doctorow ’52 H’76.
E.L. Doctorow ’52 H’76, who died July 22, is remembered through his Commencement speech to the Class of 1985.
Best-selling author John Green ’00 goes on tour and shares his thoughts on the Paper Towns movie.
Alumni, faculty, parents, staff and students are invited to a new Kenyon digital community, Switchboard.
The U.S. Postal Service honors Paul Newman ’49 H’61 with a Forever stamp.
A film by Becca Roth ’10 captures one of the last battles of the gay marriage movement.