February 11, 1990. I was a senior in college, living in an off-campus house with two housemates and a mildly psychotic cat. Almost all of the streets in the town of Swarthmore are named after colleges; I lived on Kenyon Avenue (one of those strange…
The Kenyon celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. opens with a day of service.
Three exhibits at the Gund Gallery focus on the history, culture, and art of Sea Island people.
Picnic combined orientation tradition, Gund exhibit and local harvest.
A new Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will enhance Kenyon education and community.
Members of the Kenyon community weigh in on recent events in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Mo.
An array of events expands Martin Luther King Jr. Day from remembrance to action.
Cuban social activist group Krudas Cubensi will lecture and perform at Horn Gallery.
Nancy “Rusty” Barceló, a nationally known advocate of higher education diversity, visits Kenyon as part of a series of Hispanic Heritage Month events.
Members of the Kenyon community stage a sit-in at Peirce Hall to raise awareness of racial intolerance on college campuses.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.
Beverly Tatum, a psychologist and author specializing in how race functions in education, leads a discussion and workshop at Kenyon.