Maureen Hirt '14, Kenyon’s all-time scoring record holder, studies perfectionism and performance anxiety in athletes.
The creative vision of photographer Jonathan Mannion '93 has helped define a musical revolution. Mannion returns to the Hill this month as a Mesaros Visiting Artist to share his creative vision with Kenyon photography students.
Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor visits Kenyon on Thursday to share her story of survival and forgiveness.
Seven members of the faculty were awarded tenure by the Kenyon College Board of Trustees.
Three Kenyon student-athletes earn NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships for athletic and academic excellence.
Summer Science Scholars are conducting research in anthropology, biology, chemistry, mathematics, neuroscience, physics and psychology.
Experiments led by Kenyon faculty and students put a chill on warm-hands, warm-heart research.
Research by Greg Carr ’04 seeks to ease the lives of those who suffer from psychiatric disorders.
A "Breaking Bad" actor talks about his career and disability.
National Endowment for Humanities professorship awarded to Lobanov-Rostovsky for interdisciplinary project.
Hookups make students pickier about partners’ bodies, Kenyon research suggests.
A Kenyon sociology class visits Arizona and Mexico to learn about border politics.
Kenyon recognizes teachers and students at annual Honors Day Convocation.
A first-year was convinced he would major in English — but then he fell in love with a different department.
The Kenyon community rallies around a fundraising event to honor cancer survivors and victims.
The Gund Gallery receives a Mellon grant to pilot an artist residency program.
A record number of Kenyon student-athletes have been named Capital One Academic All-Americans.
Kenyon has one of the best records for NCAA scholarships for graduate school, with three more students earning awards.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
Daniel Garcia ’17 strengthens his understanding of Latin American culture on campus and abroad as a Gilman Scholar.
An indefatigable student volunteer sparks Kenyon efforts to aid a local school.
Trustee Teaching Award winners Jay Corrigan and Irene López reflect on their craft.
Two seniors take instruction skills learned at Kenyon into the community to start a college prep class for young Latinos.
President Sean Decatur signs a climate commitment pledging Kenyon to a goal of carbon neutrality.
Psychology classes helped Maddie Breschi ’16 lead her field hockey teammates to multiple conference championships.
Psychology professor Sarah Murnen examines and challenges gender stereotyping in toys.
A new Gund Gallery exhibit challenges conceptions about surveillance and modern security.
Artist-in-residence Cheryl Pope works with sociology and psychology students to create an installation in the KAC.
Professor Andrew Engell is awarded the Harvey F. Lodish Faculty Development Chair in the Natural Sciences.
Kenyon is named a top contributor of corps members to Teach For America.
A recent gift from the estate of Robert P. Hubbard ’53 is one of the largest bequests Kenyon has received in its history.
With "Aftermath: The Fallout of War," the Gund Gallery draws attention to the untold stories that emerge once the fighting is finished.
The former professor of psychology was well known as an active volunteer in the local community.
The professor emeritus of psychology and college counselor was known for his “sympathetic understanding and gentle affection.”