Every season is beautiful at Kenyon, but nothing beats the colorful leaves, crisp air and creative decorations of fall.
“Parting was always bittersweet. But far less so knowing that our daughters were happy and in good hands.”
Yasmin Nesbat ’18 sets out to discover the meaning behind “Turtles All the Way Down,” the newest novel by John Green ’00.
A two-time Kenyon parent reflects on the "vibrant fall colors and buttery sunshine" of Family Weekend.
A history major uses authentic Native American methods to cultivate his passion for farming.
Alumni of the Kenyon Educational Enrichment Program return to campus this weekend to celebrate a decade of KEEP.
Members of the Class of 2021 captured Move-In Day, Orientation Week, the First-Year Sing and more through social media.
A Kenyon alumnus shares his experience returning to the Hill for the first time since his graduation.