The Gund Gallery’s spring exhibitions include three student-curated shows.
Kenyon Review associates pore over literary submissions for promising works.
The Kenyon Review shares the work of this year’s winner of the Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers.
Student musicians showcase their talents as featured soloists with the Knox County Symphony.
Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble visits Kenyon to merge music and video gaming in an innovative concert.
The Kenyon College Dance and Dramatic Club brings tragicomedy “Be Aggressive” to Kenyon’s main stage.
Special Collections Librarian Elizabeth Williams-Clymer answers questions about Kenyon’s hidden gems.
The editors and staff of the Kenyon Review offer up favorite works to read while snuggled cozily by a winter fire.
Kenyon students’ desire to learn more about rural Ohio becomes an onstage celebration of the local community’s diverse narratives.
Senior studio art majors throw open the doors of their studios to display their artistic processes.
During a recent visit to Kenyon, author Colm Tóibín discussed his novel “Brooklyn,” his writing style and queer identity.
Students reimagine the movements of city life through an improv dance performance at the Gund Gallery.
The annual Kenyon Review Literary Festival will feature a keynote lecture by acclaimed Irish author Colm Tóibín.
The Gund Gallery exhibit “Urban Cadence” opens a window onto two dynamic African cities.