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David Lynn will discuss his book "Children of God" at the Knox Memorial Theater in Mount Vernon.
The KR welcomes Jill Christman and Mark Neely for a reading co-sponsored with the Richard L. Thomas Chair.
Written 2,500 years ago in the midst of a plague, Sophocles’ seminal tragedy reverberates with enduring questions of identity, leadership, fate and free will.
Presented by the Kenyon College Players.
We are pleased to announce Family Weekend 2021 will take place Oct. 22 - 24 on campus.
Professor Benjamin Schumacher will discuss various impossibilities in physics and what they mean regarding our understanding of the world.
Biology Seminar Series welcomes Neil Shubin from the University of Chicago.
Kenyon welcomes Rebecca Copeland from Washington University in St. Louis for a virtual talk.
Summer scholars will share their research.
Join student group Sin Fronteras to share and listen to immigration experiences and celebrate immigrant heritage.
Kenyon's Franklin Miller Observatory will be open to the public, weather permitting.
Women’s soccer will host Hiram College at Mavec Field.
Under the direction of Professor of Music Dane Heuchemer.
Join the Crow's Nest on the lawn behind Peirce Hall. Featured works include "Julius Caesar," "Cymbeline," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and more.
Plein Air artists will display their original artwork Aug. 21 - Oct. 24. at the Brown Family Environmental Center.
Organized as a call-and-response, this anniversary exhibition uses the Gund Gallery Collection as a point of departure for new forms of engagement.
In October, Kenyon will celebrate the history and achievements of the LGBTQ+ community.