Kenyon College will hold a campus-wide memorial and remembrance of the life of Andrew Pochter '15 on Sunday, November 10, at 4 p.m. at the Great Hall in Peirce Hall.
Ever since his 2005 Commencement speech “This is Water,” author David Foster Wallace has been linked with Kenyon. That connection grows stronger when Wallace biographer D.T. Max visits the campus.
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.
Just in case you needed to be reminded how beautiful Kenyon is in the fall.
Author and DJ Brendan Jay Sullivan ’04, who befriended Lady Gaga early in her career and wrote about it, visits Kenyon on Wednesday, Oct. 16, to discuss his book Rivington Was Ours: Lady Gaga, the Lower East Side, and the Prime of Our Lives.
All eyes will be on Old Kenyon Saturday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. when—as the bell peals 19 times in honor of Kenyon’s 19th president—light will pour out from the building’s front-facing windows, illuminating the south end of Middle Path for the first time in a decade.
“What’s next?” President Sean Decatur is exploring this question with a small group of alumni, students, and faculty at Cromwell Cottage on Tuesday, October 22, from 7:30-8:15 p.m for a live-streamed event.
Acclaimed poet Carl Phillips delivers the keynote lecture at the Kenyon Review Literary Festival on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m.
Help tell the story of Sean Decatur’s inauguration as Kenyon College’s 19th President by using the hashtag “#WELCOMEDECATUR” when you post to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Vine.
Relive President Decatur’s Kenyon College installation and the whirlwind of festivities surrounding it—including Old Kenyon like you’ve never seen—told through Twitter and Instagram.
See videos and photos of how the College celebrates Halloween in supernatural style.
The 2013 fall meeting of the trustees was business mixed with the pleasure of the Decatur inauguration.
"We would like to offer you a position with us," the woman said, and I nearly dropped the phone at my first job offer. "But," she continued, "Can you be ready to leave the country in a week?"
Cathy Boutin was the face of Kenyon for many prospective students.
Timeless places. Life-changing opportunities. Enduring bonds. The Kenyon experience matters. And it doesn't happen by accident.
The holidays are just not the same without a snow-filled Old Kenyon.
Ransom Riggs ’01 is ready to publish the second novel in a trilogy following his best-selling Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Justin Roberts ’92 nominated for second Grammy award for children’s album.
An immensely complex transplant operation gives a soldier two new limbs. On the team that made it happen: a husband and wife, both Kenyon grads.
The National Endowment for the Arts supports a new essay series marking the 75th anniversary of the Kenyon Review.
Budding entrepreneur Sean Grant '14 turns his winning business plan into a late-night student food service.
A sustainability project transforms the campus and brings energy savings.
Can you really fall in love with a college? At Kenyon, you will.
Sure, the fall season makes the perfect backdrop for Kenyon College. But these Instagram pictures suggest that winter on The Hill is just as beautiful.
Three exhibits at the Gund Gallery focus on the history, culture, and art of Sea Island people.
TheBestColleges.org ranks Kenyon as the second "most amazing" college or university campus of 2014.
A new report shows that liberal arts graduates are prepared for long-term success.
Once college applications are completed, students will find themselves in the midst of a lull period, during which high school seniors experience an interminable limbo while still feeling pressure to keep up their grades. So as a parent, what do you do?…
Relationships expert Harlan Cohen visits campus just in time for Valentine’s Day.
I realized that while I've used these posts as an opportunity to whine and talk to cats, I've never shown you the campus I've been doing those things on all year. Today I took a walk around, and snapped some shots of my current home.
Get the social recap of Green's Kenyon College talk called "Thoughts on How to Make Things and Why." Photo by: Kathryn Krinsman
Initiatives approved to strengthen economic diversity at Kenyon.
From a school officer prank to a surprise purple cape, students share their #KenyonThumbsUp stories with The Thrill.
Brendan Keefe ’90 took to the skies of Gambier for a breathtaking video of Kenyon from the air.
Ransom Riggs '01, author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, talks about his peculiar path to the best-seller list.
Soar above Middle Path and Old Kenyon on a beautiful summer day, courtesy of Brendan Keefe '90.
The first John Crowe Ransom Professor of English and the former editor of the Kenyon Review dies at 84.
Trees will rise again along a portion of Middle Path undergoing restoration.
The Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop draws budding talent to the Hill.
Here are the ten Kenyon web stories that were most popular in 2014.
A recent gift from the estate of Robert P. Hubbard ’53 is one of the largest bequests Kenyon has received in its history.
The Church of the Holy Spirit's bells rang 526 times to represent each donation to the Kenyon Fund during the College's second Bell-A-Thon on Nov. 29.
WKCO signs off on another year at Kenyon with a festive in-studio performance of "Deck the Halls."
President Sean Decatur shares his thoughts on how Kenyon can commit to reducing inequality and increasing opportunity for all students.
Janet Lape Marsden joins Kenyon as associate vice president for communications.
Founders’ Day recognizes leaders throughout Kenyon history and welcomes a new class through the Rite of Matriculation.
Oliver VandenBurg '20 spreads holiday cheer by caroling door to door — and reveals a musical talent that may have you doing a double take!
We need concrete plans and actions on how to move us closer to our aspirations of being a community where free expression is not in opposition to inclusion, but where these two principles work in harmony.