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Several Kenyon math students will present their summer research.
Learn tricks to maximize your time, meet and exceed your readers' expectations and feel more confident when to take your exam.
Join Kenyon Hillel for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services.
Presented by the Center for Innovative Pedagogy.
A weekly gathering for those who are interested in Arabic language and culture in the Alumni Dining Room in Peirce Hall.
Kenyon welcomes Rebecca Connor, author, filmmaker and professor at the City University of New York Hunter College.
A weekly gathering for those who are interested in French language and culture.
Use your lunch break on Tuesdays and Thursdays (May - Oct.) to de-stress with an outdoor yoga class.
A weekly gathering for those who are interested in Japanese language and culture.
Plein air painters are invited to paint outdoors every Tuesday this summer.
Associate Professor of Art Craig Hill will give the first Mesaros Visiting Artist Lecture of the year with painter/printmaker Duane Slick.
Kenyon welcomes poet Shelley Wong, author of "As She Appears" and winner of the 2019 Pamet River Prize.
A weekly opportunity to eat lunch and speak Spanish — or just listen.
Stop by the Career Development Office for a resume review.
Stop by every Wednesday from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. to connect with nature and relax.
Classes include Swim Fitness, Zumba, STRONG Nation, Sweat and Shine and several forms of yoga.
Join Adelante for a series of events celebrating Latine heritage.
It's time for a writing contest hosted by the Kenyon Writing Center!
The Gund Gallery is delighted to present a recent project by New York-based artist Suzanne Bocanegra.
Works by Derek Sullivan, Tony Lewis, Surabhi Ghosh, Erin Shirreff, Gordon Matta-Clark, Allyson Vieira, Carlos Bunga, Alix Vernet and Rick Silva.