Kenyon celebrates fall with a community festival at Brown Family Environmental Center.
Kenyon welcomed more than 1,000 visitors to the Hill for Family Weekend.
Runners and walkers will celebrate Earth Day on their feet with a half marathon and a four-mile race.
The Earth Day Festival is packed with fun activities meant to keep participants and the planet healthy.
A lecture by Professor of Sociology Howard Sacks explores where food comes from, why it matters and what it has to do with a liberal arts education.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Bruce Hardy is named the John B. McCoy Banc One Distinguished Teaching Chair.
The Brown Family Environmental Center celebrates 20 years of providing students a living laboratory.
Parents, siblings and other relatives filled the Hill for a Family Weekend packed with concerts, plays and sporting events.
Students and families enjoy autumn hues and outdoor fun at the Brown Family Environmental Center’s Harvest Festival.
New director of green initiatives is a leader in Kenyon’s effort to care for the environment.
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.
Kenyon’s Rural Life Center discusses Knox County’s sustainable agriculture in a student-moderated forum.
The 10th annual Earth Day Festival celebrates the benefits of spending time outside.
A “Neanderthals” class puts a big foot forward in exploring the lives of early hominins.
About 40 acres of Philander Chase’s original purchase will again belong to the College to be used for hiking and science.
Just in time for Family Weekend, the Brown Family Environmental Center hosts a Harvest Festival to celebrate fall.
Kenyon's interdisciplinary environmental studies program, previously available only as a concentration, now offers a major.
This year's Earth Day Festival features an abundance of animals and hands-on activities.