The latest from along and beyond Middle Path.
The editors and staff of the Kenyon Review recommend summer reads sure to surprise and delight.
Faculty and staff on Kenyon’s LGBTQ+ advisory committee recommend prose and poetry that celebrate Pride Month.
Reunion Weekend 2022 will be remembered as the largest alumni gathering in Kenyon's history.
International students celebrate cultural diversity at Kenyon with an outdoor festival.
President Sean Decatur describes how racist harassment takes an invisible toll.
How a Kenyon family is using their mother's legacy to support first-generation students
Bridget Brink ’91 is nominated to be the United States’ ambassador to Ukraine as the nation faces continued threat from Russia.
Additionally, three endowed chairs will have new faculty holders in the 2022–23 academic year.
Three drama seniors converse with playwright alumna Beth Hyland '13 on Kenyon and their shared love of Chekhov.
A graduating student photographer reflects on his time behind the lens.
Senior Class President Grant Holt ’22 addresses his classmates at Kenyon’s 194th Commencement.
Even when having fun and taking a breather, I'm still learning and experiencing.
A day in the life of a Gambier June.
U.S. Senator Michael Bennet introduced two different alums–Andy Meuller ’90 and Ellen Herbert ’07–to testify as experts before the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Conservation.
Densil Porteous, a Kenyon trustee, member of the Class of 2002 and LGBTQ+ advocate, speaks out against a recent resurgence in anti-gay legislation.
Gambier Mayor Leeman Kessler ’04 has garnered over 100,000 TikTok followers with his alternatively earnest and absurdist takes on life in small-town Ohio.