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First Person: Student Life at Kenyon

Kenyon in the News

  • Career Creativity 

    In the News Inside Higher Ed

    Dean of Career Development Lee Schott discusses the Professional Extension Project program and other ways Kenyon has helped connect students to careers amidst the pandemic.

  • 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.