The way forward is not a choice between free speech and inclusion, but rather a fusion.
Jelani Cobb, one of America’s most insightful writers on the topic of race, headlines two events at Kenyon.
Kenyon’s 190th Commencement speaker talks about Ohio politics, liberal arts education and the Cincinnati Reds.
Philosopher and author Matthew Stewart visits Kenyon to discuss inequality and the “new American aristocracy.”
Kenyon students learned about the issues, knocked on doors and headed to the polls to make their voices heard.
Newly elected Rep. TJ Cox P’19 will visit Kenyon to share insight into Congress.
A new public award named for Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 honors his commitment to plural and inclusive democracy.
Michelle Alexander, author of the bestseller ‘The New Jim Crow,’ will speak at Kenyon about structural racism.
As Kenyon marks 50 years of coeducation, 50 alumnae share how Kenyon has shaped their lives and careers.