Two Kenyon students organize a trip into the deep South, bearing witness to a dark past and the hope of a brighter future.
Professor of American Studies Peter Rutkoff’s extensive research on Gullah culture is now publicly available.
For her anthropology honors thesis, Jenna Rochelle ’18 examined how Kenyon students’ interactions with food correlate to income.
Professor of Economics Jay Corrigan examines how much users value Facebook — by paying them to delete their accounts.
Associate Professor of English and Literature Ivonne García explains the rationale behind the gender-neutral term “Latinx.”
Kenyon students learned about the issues, knocked on doors and headed to the polls to make their voices heard.
‘Undocumented’ author Dan-el Padilla Peralta speaks at Kenyon on his journey from a homeless shelter to higher education.
Philosopher and author Matthew Stewart visits Kenyon to discuss inequality and the “new American aristocracy.”
Professor of Political Science David Rowe explains what to make of the recent summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
Kenyon’s 190th Commencement speaker talks about Ohio politics, liberal arts education and the Cincinnati Reds.
Jelani Cobb, one of America’s most insightful writers on the topic of race, headlines two events at Kenyon.