What do wind turbines have to do with peace? Plenty, said Tim Jurney ’15 and Maddy McGrady ’15.
Best-selling author and food-movement legend Michael Pollan at Rosse Hall at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25.
A sustainability project transforms the campus and brings energy savings.
A public nature preserve cemetery to be developed by the Philander Chase Corporation.
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.
Pastoral meets academic at the Kenyon Farm, where students work and participate in a sustainable lifestyle.
Students build a greenhouse in Mongolia to provide access to better nutrition.
A farm planting day, campus tidying and speeches about clean energy are just a few of the sustainability events throughout April.
The Earth Day Festival is packed with fun activities meant to keep participants and the planet healthy.
New director of green initiatives is a leader in Kenyon’s effort to care for the environment.
Kenyon joins more than 640 colleges and universities in the effort to create a sustainable future by embracing an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
President Sean Decatur signs a climate commitment pledging Kenyon to a goal of carbon neutrality.
Kenyon wins Tree Campus USA recognition for its commitment to effective campus forest management.
Kenyon teams up with Gambier and surrounding counties for electronics recycling.
The 10th annual Earth Day Festival celebrates the benefits of spending time outside.
Kenyon's interdisciplinary environmental studies program, previously available only as a concentration, now offers a major.
A team of students and professors install solar panels on schools in Belize.
This year's Earth Day Festival features an abundance of animals and hands-on activities.
Building on lessons from a physics class, students install solar panels at the Village Inn.
The Office of Green Initiatives tackles new projects aimed at helping Kenyon make progress toward achieving carbon neutrality.
Two Kenyon alumni seize a one-in-a-melon opportunity to put “ugly” produce to good use.
Students gain hands-on knowledge of solar energy systems through an innovative physics course.