The annual Honors Day Convocation celebrated the academic accomplishments of students and faculty on Tuesday in Rosse Hall, highlighted by teaching awards for Professor of Political Science Pamela Jensen…
Summer Legal Scholars tackle questions about the law and public policy.
The benevolence of others helped Shrochis Karki ’09 attend Kenyon and Oxford University. He is now committed to providing higher-education opportunities for students in his native Nepal.
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.
It’s doubtful that any Kenyon student knows more about goats than Laura Duncan ’17. Goats are her specialty—particularly pygmy goats, a miniature domestic breed usually kept as a pet. Duncan began breeding…
As opposition leader and Kenyon grad Leopoldo López ’93 faces anti-government charges in South America, Provost Joe Klesner sorts out the details.
Mr. López has reminded us of the importance of taking a firm stand on one’s principles, even in the face of severe consequences.We often neglect the value of dissent on our campus – the importance of cultivating an atmosphere in which difficult topics…
The Center for the Study of American Democracy attracts a blue-ribbon lineup of economists and policy makers for a conference on “The Politics of Economic Inequality.”
Starting this Wednesday, politicos and economic experts alike will descend on Gambier to discuss “The Politics of Economic Inequality.”
President Sean Decatur elevates Joseph L. Klesner from interim provost role.
Jon Green ’14 explains how learning to code helped him become a better writer.
Kenyon graduates return to campus to share how they broke into the world of finance.
The Thrill lists its top five classes at Kenyon that will "blow your mind."
The sister of Leopoldo López ’93 visits Kenyon to speak about his imprisonment in Venezuela.
The Collegian launches a glossy magazine celebrating long-form journalism.
CSAD has achieved endowment success to ensure civil discourse on issues of the day.
“Dancing with the Kenyon Stars” raises money for a local cause.
An array of events expands Martin Luther King Jr. Day from remembrance to action.
Students like Leticia Osei-Bonsu ’17 get a taste of multiple industries through a job-shadowing program.
A grant from the Thomas W. Smith Foundation fuels the Center for the Study of American Democracy.
Brandeis law professor Anita Hill will visit campus to speak about her new book.
Richard Baehr ’69, co-founder of American Thinker, will speak on campus about Israel and its treatment in the media.
A new exhibit at the Gund Gallery spurs conversation among students.
Political prisoner Leopoldo López ’93 is the recipient of a humanitarian award from the Kenyon alumni community.
Dara Frank ’11, who leads walking tours designed to bring Israelis and Palestinians together, will speak to Kenyon via livestream.
Kenyon’s legendary seminar, “Quest for Justice,” asks big questions about truth, justice and the human condition.
In a talk on campus, culture critic Martha Bayles explores the misuse and overuse of free speech.
A recording created by Kenyon’s radio station archives the diverse music scene on campus.
Eleven Kenyon graduates set off on global adventures as Fulbright winners.
Daniel Garcia ’17 strengthens his understanding of Latin American culture on campus and abroad as a Gilman Scholar.
Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 H’07 was convicted of inciting violence.
Associate Professor of Political Science David Leibowitz and English Professor Jesse Matz are awarded prestigious professorships.
Professor Jacqueline McAllister studies the wartime impact of international criminal tribunals.
A student group brings a prominent commentator on Middle East policy to campus to share her pro-diplomacy message.
Middle Path Medals and the Faculty Advising Award honor people who have made a difference at Kenyon.
Alumni, faculty and students collaborate to install solar panels at the Kenyon Farm.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.
An exhibit in the Gund Gallery curatorial classroom will display a taste of the thousands of photos taken around the world by a former religion professor.
A Kenyon graduate reflects on experiencing Kenyon again through his daughter.
The Collegian Magazine wins a top award from the Associated Collegiate Press.
Kenyon marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day with events examining voting rights in America.
Former Ambassador James Pardew gives political science students in-depth access with a speech on modern diplomacy and visits to classes.
A semester abroad led to an “intense epiphany” about global citizenship, writes Daniel Garcia-Archundia ’17.
U.S. Senator Robert Portman will speak at Kenyon about combating drug abuse and human trafficking.
The Council for Diversity and Social Justice 2016 Symposium will address issues that have been the subjects of student activism on the nation’s campuses.
A new Gund Gallery exhibit challenges conceptions about surveillance and modern security.
FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. P’16 addresses privacy and security issues at CSAD’s biennial conference.
Kenyon alumna Rachel Dickson ’08 uncovers archival film footage proving Sen. Bernie Sanders protested for civil rights.
Collegian editors Gabe Brison-Trezise ’16 and Henri Gendreau ’16 sit down for an interview with FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. P’16.
Kenyon students earn praise for their engagement with FBI Director James B. Comey P'16 during his keynote speech at the CSAD conference.
In the mainstage production of "A Free Man of Color," students blend comedy with issues of race and class.
A record number of Kenyon student-athletes are named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners.
Aubrianna Osorio '17 studies the evolution of midwifery in the U.S. as a summer legal scholar.
The Center for the Study of American Democracy presented a panel examining how populist movements can lead to the rise of authoritarianism.
Kenyon is named a top contributor of corps members to Teach For America.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd will visit campus to discuss the election and sign copies of her new book, “The Year of Voting Dangerously.”
Dozens of Kenyon students board a bus and head to Washington, D.C., to meet alumni, discuss politics, and find their futures.
New York Times journalists Maureen Dowd and Carl Hulse engaged the Kenyon community in a discussion about the presidential election.
Kenyon students got a personal view of the 2016 presidential race when vice presidential pick Tim Kaine visited campus.
As co-founder of OurTime.org and ATTN:, Matthew Segal '08 works to educate and motivate young voters.
Professor of Political Science Tim Spiekerman specializes in political theory and politics and literature.
Women's and gender studies students put research methods into practice by assessing a local community health program.
Political science students partner with a local nonprofit to support immigrants facing deportation.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Jacqueline McAllister secures a Fulbright grant to research international criminal tribunals in Europe.
With talk of filibusters, going nuclear and the death of the Senate, we asked Ian Millhiser '00 for his thoughts on Neil Gorsuch's path to the Supreme Court.
Kenyon recognizes the achievements of faculty, alumni and students at its annual Honors Day celebration.
Professor John Elliott, hailed as "the glue of the political science department," will celebrate his career with an alumni panel on the presidency and the media.
Leopoldo Lopez '93 exemplifies the responsibilities of citizenship a liberal arts education is meant to instill.
Politicians, journalists and academics will convene at Kenyon to discuss "Free Speech, Civil Discourse."
Josh McClain '19 travels to Greece to engage in debate with liberal arts students from around the world.
Jeff Rosen of the National Constitution Center sits down with the Collegian to discuss free speech in the 21st century.
President Sean Decatur reflects on how the inherent tension between civility and free speech will lead the way to progress.