All eyes will be on Old Kenyon Saturday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. when—as the bell peals 19 times in honor of Kenyon’s 19th president—light will pour out from the building’s front-facing windows, illuminating the south end of Middle Path for the first time in a decade.
The Earth Day Festival and Earth Day Challenge running events put some spring in the step of Knox County.
The KAC now offers Jeni’s ice cream products.
Runners and walkers will celebrate Earth Day on their feet with a half marathon and a four-mile race.
Installation of McBride Field’s new playing surface is complete.
Whether you’re a varsity athlete or just want to shoot some hoops, here are some reasons why the KAC will become your second home.
When the KAC first opened its doors 10 years ago, the campus community collectively gaped in wonder.
Sadiq Jiwa ’18 overcomes arthritic condition to excel on the golf course.
In celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Kenyon will host an afternoon of free sports clinics for girls.
Kenyon students, faculty and staff learn a new skill: lightsaber combat.
The Kenyon community unites to raise money for the fight against cancer.
For Julian Kobena Morgan ’18, passion for basketball stretches beyond the court.
Jill McCartney will lead Kenyon’s staff of 52 coaches and administrators beginning July 16, 2018.
An expanded cancer research partnership marks Kenyon’s seventh year hosting Pelotonia, a charity bike ride.
Kenyon prepares for the fall sports season by sprucing up athletic fields and facilities.