Summer Legal Scholars tackle questions about the law and public policy.
Her college education makes Brittney Miles ’13 stand out in her inner-city Chicago neighborhood, where she is often called “college girl.” “That makes no sense,” Miles said. “There should be a lot of college girls and guys.”
Peter Frank ’10 is among Peace Corps volunteers who have helped make Kenyon a top provider for the agency.
Rural gun culture explored during public panel discussion.
“An Amish Sing” brings a local family to Peirce Hall for music and conversation.
Success of Summer Science Scholars program prompts summer research opportunities in the humanities and social sciences.
Professor Anna Sun’s book receives a top award.
Amelia Li ’15 discusses her research on the impact of incarceration on families.
The sister of Leopoldo López ’93 visits Kenyon to speak about his imprisonment in Venezuela.
A Founders’ Day celebration recognizes significant contributions of Kenyon community members.
Willa Sachs ’16 and Lila Greco ’15 are honored for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Students like Leticia Osei-Bonsu ’17 get a taste of multiple industries through a job-shadowing program.
A Kenyon sociology class visits Arizona and Mexico to learn about border politics.
The Kenyon community rallies around a fundraising event to honor cancer survivors and victims.
A lecture by Professor of Sociology Howard Sacks explores where food comes from, why it matters and what it has to do with a liberal arts education.
Grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations sets the stage for interdisciplinary first-year seminar.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
A junior reflects on some of Kenyon’s more unique course offerings.
Students passionate about issues affecting indigenous people take an active role in Native American Heritage Month.
Kenyon’s Rural Life Center discusses Knox County’s sustainable agriculture in a student-moderated forum.
A new Gund Gallery exhibit challenges conceptions about surveillance and modern security.
With help from a $394,000 grant, Kenyon takes the lead in teaching oral history techniques.
Artist-in-residence Cheryl Pope works with sociology and psychology students to create an installation in the KAC.
Best-selling author John Green ’00 headlines the 188th Commencement ceremony May 21.
Three Kenyon seniors set off on global adventures as Fulbright fellows.
Aubrianna Osorio '17 studies the evolution of midwifery in the U.S. as a summer legal scholar.
Eight professors receive tenure-track appointments.
The Center for the Study of American Democracy presented a panel examining how populist movements can lead to the rise of authoritarianism.
As co-founder of OurTime.org and ATTN:, Matthew Segal '08 works to educate and motivate young voters.
Over daily dinner meetings, Kenyon students create an app to better support refugees.
A sociology professor takes her seminar on the road to explore immigration issues at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Frustrated by gun violence in America, Emma Welsh-Huggins '17 revitalizes a campus group that pushes for gun sense legislation.
Kenyon students’ desire to learn more about rural Ohio becomes an onstage celebration of the local community’s diverse narratives.
Professor of Religious Studies Royal Rhodes will discuss “Meanings of Death” and more at the annual Kenyon Unique lecture.
Professor of Sociology and Legal Studies Ric Sheffield will be Kenyon’s first distinguished professor of diversity and inclusion.