Muslim homosexuality. Mystical poetry from the13th century. And, yes, even in-your-face punk rockers. It's all part of the flowering of Kenyon's multidisciplinary explorations into the world of Islam. An array of campus events during a recent academic year highlighted the vitality of that exploration.
Sure, Jacob Williams ’14 loved seeing the sites such as volcanoes and enjoying activities like waterfall-repelling while on his semester abroad in Costa Rica last fall. But ask him what he took away from those three months, and he’ll point to his medical school applications.
Global Engagement Week explores cultures and experiences beyond the Hill.
Political science major Noah Weinman ’16 makes time for adventure during his study-abroad semester in South Africa.
Daniel Garcia ’17 strengthens his understanding of Latin American culture on campus and abroad as a Gilman Scholar.
Students explore the Kenyon experience beyond the Hill during Global Engagement Week.
Kenyon students studying abroad in Paris are confirmed safe after Nov. 13 attacks.
From Gambier to Morocco to D.C., Haley Townsend '16 pursues her interest in Middle Eastern studies.
A semester abroad led to an “intense epiphany” about global citizenship, writes Daniel Garcia-Archundia ’17.
Kenyon is named a top producer of Fulbright winners for 12 consecutive years.
Talking with students at the inaugural "Celebration of High-Impact Practices" reminds the president of his own undergraduate research experience.
Kenyon teams with the Peace Corps to help students prepare for international careers.
Global Engagement Week celebrates Kenyon’s international students and opportunities in studying abroad.
Two Kenyon juniors receive Gilman scholarships to help fund semesters overseas.
After spending the fall semester abroad in Stockholm, Sweden, Katie Jimenez-Gray '18 reflects on what she rediscovered when she came home to Kenyon.