We will fail to create a community inclusive of religious difference until we can do the work of listening and empathizing across boundaries of faith.
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.
Work on the site of the old bank building on Chase Avenue is set to begin, continuing a slate of improvements to downtown Gambier.
New gravel, trees, benches and lights in the village center will link the restored north and south parts of the historic path.
Wall Street Journal columnist Ralph Gardner Jr. P’11 '16 writes about saying goodbye to Kenyon’s campus after the graduation of his daughter, Gracie Gardner ‘16.
President Sean Decatur addresses the Class of 2016 at Commencement.
We have some difficult conversations ahead of us in Gambier regarding sexual assault.
Visiting his daughter at Kenyon reminds an alumnus of what's changed since his time in Gambier.
A recent Relay for Life event at Kenyon reminds Katie Jimenez-Gray '18 of the importance of supporting cancer patients.
The overarching priorities of the Kenyon 2020 vision frame our regular work on campus and guide our movement into the future.
Kenyon joins more than 640 colleges and universities in the effort to create a sustainable future by embracing an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
The animated discussion surrounding changes to Summer Sendoff presents an opportunity to reflect on campus culture, the role of students in campus governance and communication on campus.
The story of Flint should be a constant reminder of the need to keep the concepts of citizenship and ethics front and center in education.
The messages in David Bowie’s music resonate with an essential part of a liberal arts education, writes President Sean Decatur.
A Kenyon shirt helped save the day for weary traveler Katie Jimenez-Gray '18.
A Kenyon graduate reflects on experiencing Kenyon again through his daughter.
Middle Path gets new benches with more modern aesthetic and wood chosen to last.
The Kenyon College Board of Trustees discussed long-term capital projects during its Oct. 22-23 meeting.