The newly re-formed Kenyon Film Society (KFS) has teamed up with the Gund Gallery to bring to campus four films highlighting human rights around the globe.
Hungry for Gunder World with a Peirce of Paradise? How about a Club Olin and a Chillander Chase? Those are just a few of the offerings on the "little taste of Kenyon" menu at Nite Bites Café, a student-owned…
Spring 2013 is a little stressful, huh? And by a little, I mean a lottle. Don't worry—we'll get through this together.
If you couldn’t tell already, moving into a dorm room is one of my favorite parts of college. Throughout high school, I was constantly rearranging my room, and going through giant purges of my things. It was cathartic, like getting your teeth cleaned…
Kenyon welcomes the Class of 2017. Some good-natured ribbing from the Upperclassmen allows the Kenyon first-years to earn the respect of their peers at First-Year Sing, an important rite of passage since…
Kenyon students are back on the Hill after a summer of tackling challenging internships, engaging in volunteer work and immersing themselves in unfamiliar cultures.
Immigration-reform activist Marco Saavedra ’11 is the keynote speaker for the annual series of events.
The Thrill's Charlotte Greene ’14 is back behind the camera and here to share a glimpse of Kenyon students’ Fall sartorial choices.
In the last week I’ve experienced two key cultural aspects of Morocco, both of which I was previously afraid. This first was going to the hamam, or public bath, and the second was the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice), during which families…
It's National Novel Writing Month for Kenyon students.
For my second to last post from the Maghreb (I leave on the 14th!), I thought I’d write a guide to something that is an essential skill here: bargaining. I have yet to master the art of bargaining, which essentially amounts to the right combination of…
Maureen Hirt '14, Kenyon’s all-time scoring record holder, studies perfectionism and performance anxiety in athletes.
The Kenyon celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. opens with a day of service.
The no-phone on Middle Path rule still exists. Let's keep it.
The New York Woodwind Quintet in concert at Rosse Hall.
A student club and a building, Horn Gallery offers students space to practice and play.
Kenyon arranges shuttle service, cuts KAC and library hours.
Relationships expert Harlan Cohen visits campus just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Get the social recap of Green's Kenyon College talk called "Thoughts on How to Make Things and Why." Photo by: Kathryn Krinsman
Making a film about the gay-marriage debate, Becca Roth '10 tackles a larger issue: the need for people to talk.
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…
On any given Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon around 4:00 p.m., there’s an office on the third floor of Peirce, all the way at the end of the hall, that’s starting to bustle. This is the office of the Kenyon Collegian.
Stewart Huntsman ’16 perfects his aim as a member of the archery club, one of Kenyon's 150-plus student organizations.
The Earth Day Festival and Earth Day Challenge running events put some spring in the step of Knox County.
Kenyon is a national leader in cultivating the local-food market, and putting that food on the table for students.
The Week of Sustainability focuses on the many aspects of environmentalism.
A poverty simulation coming to Kenyon this week hopes to raise awareness of economic inequality.
An all-nighter at the Kenyon Athletic Center raises money for cancer research.
Kenyon students take a peer-to-peer approach to mental health.
Student filmmaker Tate Glover '16 takes a look back at this year's Relay for Life.
Collegian staff writer Phoebe Carter '17 interviews author and humorist Bill Bryson, who will deliver the Commencement address on May 17.
Kenyon will add a vice president for student affairs to build on management strengths in the division that guides student life.
Pastoral meets academic at the Kenyon Farm, where students work and participate in a sustainable lifestyle.
Picnic combined orientation tradition, Gund exhibit and local harvest.
Changes on campus include new health center, Hillel House, and Middle Path.
The Class of 2018 moves in and officially joins the Kenyon community at Convocation.
With lively renditions of Kenyon's favorite songs, the Class of 2018 earns the respect of their peers, who cheer on the first-years with some good-natured ribbing.
Kenyon's dining program receives distinction from the Green Restaurant Association for its sustainable practices.
Fall sports teams harvest three NCAC tournament titles.
I had always regarded collegiate a cappella as one of those things that I would definitely try when I got to college, but never do in any serious way.
Breaking Bad star RJ Mitte talks about his life, career, and mission with Matthew Eley ’15.
When undergraduate education is put under the microscope, few areas generate as much scrutiny (and at times controversy) as athletics.
Kenyon buzzes as the first snowfall of the year blankets campus.
The Owl Creeks ring in the season with a holiday serenade underneath the upside-down tree.
Fools on the Hill joins Princeton Triangle Club for a night of music and laughs.
The Ransom Notes rehearsed to wow at a collegiate a cappella competition.
Students organize "Unsung Heroes" week to thank the individuals who keep campus running in the winter.
Cuban social activist group Krudas Cubensi will lecture and perform at Horn Gallery.
The Kenyon community rallies around a fundraising event to honor cancer survivors and victims.
Twice-daily bus service to the airport and Columbus keeps students connected.
A professor tries to live lightly alongside first-year students as the faculty-in-residence in Norton Hall.
The Class of 2019 moves in and officially joins the Kenyon community at Convocation.
Kenyon welcomes 493 members of the Class of 2019 to the Hill.
Drives home from campus inspired the writing process for Adama Berndt '17, who has released his first rap album.
A Kenyon alumna is ready for the challenge of connecting people of all beliefs in her new role as College chaplain and leader of an Episcopal parish.
Kenyon students say Take Back the Night in the fall gets the word out right away to first-year students.
Kenyon hosts a GLBTQIA weekend for alumni and students.
Two musical ensembles visit Kenyon in October to perform classical works.
Kenyon is helping students find work they want to do through an online job board, an internship contest and more.
Three students, a food cart and loads of cheddar: Campus entrepreneurs start a profitable business selling grilled cheese late at night.
Parents, siblings and other relatives filled the Hill for a Family Weekend packed with concerts, plays and sporting events.
Students and families enjoy autumn hues and outdoor fun at the Brown Family Environmental Center’s Harvest Festival.
Student actors portray young people navigating wartime uncertainty in the 1960s in the play "Moonchildren."
Professor Sarah J. Heidt ’97 poses important questions to the Class of 2019 in the traditional Founders’ Day address.
A student group, the Pealers, carries on a bell-ringing tradition in the Church of the Holy Spirit.
Vice President for Student Affairs Meredith Harper Bonham ’92 talks about student health, the first-year experience and other top priorities for her office.
Just how much food do students savor at the beloved Peircegiving dinner? We asked.
Members of the Kenyon community stage a sit-in at Peirce Hall to raise awareness of racial intolerance on college campuses.
Students transform an extra room into a gallery that passers-by can view through the window.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.