Students discuss literature and forge friendships in Kenyon’s first prison-exchange course.
“Latinos in Rural America,” a project led by Professor Clara Román-Odio, is included in a traveling Smithsonian exhibit.
Kenyon is ranked fifth in the nation among baccalaureate institutions for producing Fulbright winners.
Andrew Grace ’01, visiting assistant professor of English, explains the connection between his latest poem and Ohio’s opioid crisis.
Claire Koelling ’19 conducted research while studying abroad to broaden her knowledge of cultural representation and identity.
Hanaa Ibrahim ’22 opens up about her journey from Gaza to Gambier.
We are not brought together here at Kenyon merely to learn how to be civil in the face of growing incivility; we are here to learn how to be decent in the face of growing indecency.
How "knowing thyself" prepared this political science major for an internship at a Washington, D.C., think tank.
Professor Siobhan Fennessy discusses her role in a three-year U.N. study assessing the global environment.
Twelve Kenyon seniors and recent alumni win Fulbright fellowships, tying the record set in 2009 and 2010.
An internship with the Immigrant Worker Project inspired international studies major Eric Thornton ’18 to change course.
Cayla Anderson ’18 combines international coursework and travel to pursue a career in global service.
Kenyon is again named a top-10 producer of Fulbright grant-winning students among liberal arts colleges.
With a new podcast, Associate Professor of Classics Zoë Kontes examines the stories behind illicit antiquities.