Lara Friedman, an expert on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, visits Kenyon to discuss peace and politics in the region.
Associate Professor of Economics Jay Corrigan explores income inequality through the lens of immigration reform.
Historian Beshara Doumani ’77 returns to Kenyon for a lecture on family life in Ottoman Syria.
Farm and folk knowledge explored at Rural Life Center forum.
The Kenyon celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. opens with a day of service.
February 11, 1990. I was a senior in college, living in an off-campus house with two housemates and a mildly psychotic cat. Almost all of the streets in the town of Swarthmore are named after colleges; I lived on Kenyon Avenue (one of those strange…
To help shed light on the conflict, Along Middle Path spoke with Thomas Karako, director of the Center for the Study of American Democracy and assistant professor of political science. Karako is an expert on U.S. defense policy.
Whether she is photographing gun enthusiasts, shoveling horse manure, or socializing with the Amish, Rebecca Katzman ’14 pursues part of her Kenyon education on country roads.
Summer Legal Scholars tackle questions about the law and public policy.
Jack Pratt, who became a Congressional chief of staff at a young age, offers pointers on how to land your dream job in Washington D.C.
From Fair Trade bananas to redeemable permits for sulfur dioxide pollution, Jay Corrigan probes the value that people place on goods that aren't tangible in the usual sense.