Kenyon seal in stained glass in Ransom Hall

A look back at what made an unprecedented year at Kenyon extraordinary in so many ways.


First Person: Student Life at Kenyon

Kenyon in the News

  • Preserving a Rural Feel 

    In the News Ohio Magazine

    Because “Kenyon wouldn’t be Kenyon anywhere else,” the Philander Chase Conservancy land trust has pioneered ways to maintain the College’s unique setting.

  • Feeding a Neighborhood 

    In the News ABC News

    Marco Saavedra ’11, an immigration activist whose family runs a restaurant that’s a staple of the South Bronx, feeds neighbors struggling with food insecurity during the pandemic.

  • ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Lives On 

    In the News The Washington Post

    The iconic comic strip by Bill Watterson ’80 — with characters named for philosophers studied in Kenyon courses — continues to delight and enchant.