Kenyon's new Chalmers Library is a destination for reading, studying and connecting.
Stock up on primary research materials in the lower-level bookstacks at Chalmers Library.
Seating areas abound in Chalmers for between-class collaboration.
Students find joy in connection during a study session.
A resume review workshop brings students and career advisors together.
A student looks up in "Intro to Cultural Anthropology."
The light-filled atrium in Chalmers buzzes with activity all day long, from early-morning classes to late-night study sessions.
Associate Professor of English Piers Brown makes a point in "Science, Fiction and Science Fiction."
A student finds focus in a Chalmers study room.
Students head out of Chalmers together, sharing a laugh on their way to their next destination along Middle Path.
Colorful Adirondack chairs representing the natural sciences are scattered across the Science Quad lawn.
A tree doubles as a seat for studying on a warm September day.
Students participate in "Expansion of International Society" in Finn House.
Rare books from Kenyon's special collection are examined as part of the English course, "History of the Book."
Associate Professor of Economics Katie Black teaches "Intro to Microeconomics" in Ascension Hall.
A student takes notes on the price elasticity of demand.
Kenyon's light-drenched dining room — referred to as "New Side" — serves as a study space between meals.
Surrounded by stained-glass windows illustrating great works of literature, students enjoy lunch in Peirce's Great Hall, also known as "Old Side."
Tomás Gallareta Cervera, assistant professor of anthropology, meets with members of Adelante, a Latinx student organization.
The expansive lawn between Ascension and Peirce is a perfect spot to have a picnic, toss a Frisbee or just spread out.
Students in "Basic Cinematography" stage a scene under the guidance of Professor of Drama and Film Jon Tazewell '84.
Students gather around a seminar table in Acland House for "Crossroads," an interdisciplinary course focused on the African diaspora.
Benches along Middle Path invite students and professors to pause and converse.
Associate Professor of Philosophy Juan DePascuale leads a discussion in his course, "Visions of 'America' from Abroad."
Friends strike a pose on their way to class.
The walkway connecting Peirce Dining Hall to Middle Path fills with students during the lunch hour.
Ten feet wide and running the length of the campus, Middle Path is both the heart of Kenyon and its central artery.
In Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Ruth Heindel's "Environmental Lab," students take measurements in the Kokosing River that borders campus.
The Kokosing River serves as a lab in environmental studies courses.
The dismissal of classes releases steady surges of energy into the heart of campus as students travel to their afternoon destinations.
Rugby players perform a lineout lift during an afternoon practice.
Rugby long has been central to Kenyon's club sports scene, which also includes cheerleading, equestrian, squash and Ultimate teams.
The Village Inn patio serves as a late-night hangout spot on warm evenings.
WKCO radio DJs broadcast an 8 p.m. show from Kenyon's recording studio.
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