Marco Saavedra ’11, who came to the U.S. illegally as a child, has been thrust into the international spotlight through his passion for immigration reform. On July 22, he joined other undocumented activists in a border protest.
As the fiftieth anniversary of the March happens on August 28th, President Decatur reflects upon what it means to him and society.
To help shed light on the conflict, Along Middle Path spoke with Thomas Karako, director of the Center for the Study of American Democracy and assistant professor of political science. Karako is an expert on U.S. defense policy.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith L. French will help Kenyon College explore the modern relevance of the U.S. Constitution on Constitution Day, Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Peter Frank ’10 is among Peace Corps volunteers who have helped make Kenyon a top provider for the agency.
Success of Summer Science Scholars program prompts summer research opportunities in the humanities and social sciences.
A selective seminar for seniors brings in scholars from Oxford.
A Founders’ Day celebration recognizes significant contributions of Kenyon community members.
Brandeis law professor Anita Hill will visit campus to speak about her new book.
DeMaurice Smith P’17 speaks to students about his work as the head of the NFL Players Association.
A Summer Science Scholar is studying whether microplastics are collecting in the river that flows around the Hill.
Bryan Stevenson, a nationally recognized lawyer who defends those most desperate for help, talks about what he sees as broken in the U.S. justice system.
With help from a $394,000 grant, Kenyon takes the lead in teaching oral history techniques.
FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. P’16 addresses privacy and security issues at CSAD’s biennial conference.
Aubrianna Osorio '17 studies the evolution of midwifery in the U.S. as a summer legal scholar.