Welcome to the hub for Kenyon campus news. You'll find everything from faculty and student achievements, to news about music and art, to visiting speaker announcements. Check out Kenyon publications for current and back-issues of the Alumni Bulletin, Kenyon News Digest, the We Are Kenyon newsletter, the Kenyon Review, and the Collegian. For the news media, we also have a list of faculty experts in all fields.
Student Life: Uncut
Follow seven Kenyon students as they chronicle the daily what-have-you's of life on The Hill as only they can tell it-real and uncensored-with the Quintessential Kenyon blog.
Kenyon in the News
Kenyon Videos on YouTube
Watch a student-produced video inspired by Kenyon's most famous Commencement address: David Foster Wallace's "This is Water."
New: Kenyon Unique
Watch "Kenyon Unique," a lecture series featuring distinguished faculty members, whose talks will be streamed live on the Internet and recorded as part of a digital library.
Liberal Arts Lights up the Big Screen. Josh Radnor's made-at-Kenyon movie is romantic comedy about age, youth, and the magic of a certain college in Ohio.
GAMBIER, Ohio (June 13, 2013) Gambier summers have a life of their own as a host of visitors arrive on the Kenyon campus for conferences, seminars, and camps.
GAMBIER, Ohio (May 28, 2013) Kenyon's impressive record of producing Fulbright fellows continues this year with the announcement by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program that seven recent graduates will travel abroad for teaching assignments and another will conduct research in China.
Kenyon Welcomes Alumni Back to the Hill
GAMBIER, Ohio (May 21, 2013) Let the summer begin with a weekend of celebration and conviviality. Welcome back, Kenyon alumni.
Quality of Life
GAMBIER, Ohio (May 17, 2013) Steven E. Schmidt '15 has won a coveted $20,000 Boren Scholarship to study abroad for a year in Santiago, Chile.
GAMBIER, Ohio (May 15, 2013) An international, participatory art exhibition spanning 50 countries and 20 years - do it - is now on display in the Graham Gund Gallery.
Chasing the Big Bang
GAMBIER, Ohio (May 15, 2013) Hillary Child '13 has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, thanks in part to her significant research in computational cosmology.