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A weekly gathering for those who are interested in Japanese language and culture.
Explore the cultural contexts within which the Irish landscape has been written, and focus on a handful of poems and short stories.
More information will be available shortly.
Join Amy Butcher and Ira Sukrungruang for a reading and Q&A.
A senior thesis production.
Jill Emmelhainz, a certified forest therapy guide, will demonstrate how to use our senses to connect with nature.
A weekly event at the Gund Gallery.
A weekly gathering for those who are interested in politics and want to engage in an open, nonpartisan discussion.
Join 2021 co-director Sarah Heidt and other Kenyon faculty and staff who are supporting the innovative Kenyon-Copenhagen program.
All Kenyon students, faculty, staff are invited to participate in a weekly lunch conversation.
Stop by for free safer sex supplies and information about PrEP, HIV prevention and campus resources
Join alumni working in higher education for a virtual conversation about hot topics, best practices and connecting with fellow alumni.
Carney, Sandoe & Associates will be on campus conducting interviews for K-12 teaching positions at private, independent and charter schools.
At KIP gatherings, we discuss a spiritual topic, share religious events and consider interfaith programming. Everyone is welcome.
You're invited to join a virtual book club open to all Pittsburgh-area (or other interested) alumni, parents and friends of Kenyon.
Harcourt Parish Episcopal Church holds Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Sundays. All are welcome to join us!