Brackett's dedication to the community has earned him a coveted spot on the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, which pays tribute to 22 student-athletes across the country who are influencing their communities and the lives of others.
Three exhibits at the Gund Gallery focus on the history, culture, and art of Sea Island people.
As part of a class, students aim to “disrupt” daily life with art installations.
An exhibition in the Greenslade Special Collections explores Allied propaganda during World War II.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
A junior reflects on some of Kenyon’s more unique course offerings.
Students transform an extra room into a gallery that passers-by can view through the window.
Actor Josh Radnor ’96 stars as a Civil War doctor in the new PBS series “Mercy Street.”
In the mainstage production of "A Free Man of Color," students blend comedy with issues of race and class.
Kenyon welcomes interfaith leader Eboo Patel for a talk on accepting and supporting different faiths.
Herbie Dittersdorf ’19 digs up Kenyon’s past with his new podcast, “The Pinnacle.”
Eight professors receive tenure-track appointments.
American studies major Haley Shipley '17 has dedicated herself to helping survivors of domestic abuse in Knox County.
Gianna Biaggi '17 earns grants to help develop public service literacy programs.
Inspired by her internship and Kenyon experience, Jasmine Wilson '19 imagines a future in education.
Harrison David Rivers ‘04, a drama and American studies major, writes plays that reflect his life experiences.