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Join KenyonFit and the Gund Gallery for a weekly vinyasa yoga class. Reserve your space in the KenyonFit app.
Experience the history of calculus with our guest speaker from Oberlin College, Associate Professor Benjamin Linowitz.
Join the Crozier Center for Women for trivia, and look out for more dates throughout the semester.
Staff from the Student Affairs Division will answer student-submitted questions at an "ask me anything" event organized by Campus Senate.
A weekly opportunity to eat lunch and speak Spanish — or just listen.
A weekly gathering for those who are interested in French language and culture.
Stop by Weaver Cottage from 8 - 10 p.m. on Wednesdays for activities hosted by a variety of student organizations.
Stop by every Thursday from 9:15 - 11 a.m. for bagels, hot drinks and other snacks.
The Department of Biology welcomes Vanessa Richards from the University of Delaware.
Join a virtual book club open to all Pittsburgh-area (or other interested) alumni, parents and friends of Kenyon.
This play continues the story from the famous epic play, "The Mahabharata," and picks up after the apocalyptic war between the Pandavas and their cousins, the Kauravas.
Theodore Corcovilos, an associate professor of physics at Duquesne University, will discuss using light to measure water quality.
Unity House welcomes the author of “Belly of the Beast: The Politics of Anti-Fatness as Anti-Blackness.”
In celebration of Black History Month, the Faculty Lectureships Committee is pleased to welcome Step Afrika! to Kenyon.
Classes include Cardio Circuit Training, Spin, Swim Fitness, Zumba, STRONG Nation, Sweat and Shine and several forms of yoga.
An exhibition that brings together an array of practices that touch upon identity, cultural memory, notions of intimacy and issues of visibility. On view Jan. 24 - April 2.
Trees are witnesses, land is an archive and nature becomes a storyteller in "Evergreen," a three-channel video installation by American artist Dawoud Bey. On view Jan. 24 - April 2.
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All Kenyon students, faculty, staff are invited to participate in a weekly lunch conversation.