Summer Legal Scholars tackle questions about the law and public policy.
Her college education makes Brittney Miles ’13 stand out in her inner-city Chicago neighborhood, where she is often called “college girl.” “That makes no sense,” Miles said. “There should be a lot of college girls and guys.”
Fulbright scholar Uma Vangal shares passion for Indian cinema.
Peter Frank ’10 is among Peace Corps volunteers who have helped make Kenyon a top provider for the agency.
Rural gun culture explored during public panel discussion.
“An Amish Sing” brings a local family to Peirce Hall for music and conversation.
Success of Summer Science Scholars program prompts summer research opportunities in the humanities and social sciences.
Professor Anna Sun’s book receives a top award.
Amelia Li ’15 discusses her research on the impact of incarceration on families.
The sister of Leopoldo López ’93 visits Kenyon to speak about his imprisonment in Venezuela.
A Founders’ Day celebration recognizes significant contributions of Kenyon community members.
Willa Sachs ’16 and Lila Greco ’15 are honored for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Students like Leticia Osei-Bonsu ’17 get a taste of multiple industries through a job-shadowing program.
A Kenyon sociology class visits Arizona and Mexico to learn about border politics.
The Kenyon community rallies around a fundraising event to honor cancer survivors and victims.
A lecture by Professor of Sociology Howard Sacks explores where food comes from, why it matters and what it has to do with a liberal arts education.
Grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations sets the stage for interdisciplinary first-year seminar.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
A junior reflects on some of Kenyon’s more unique course offerings.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.