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In a virtual town hall, Kenyon’s president and provost update alumni on the successes of a challenging year.
Sonya D. Dudgeon ’90 was a native of Gambier, longtime Kenyon staff member and friend to many.
An experience with Kenyon’s Summer Scholars Program in Socio-legal Studies sparked Delaney Barker’s interest in civil rights law.
Mackenzie Bruzzio ’20 pursues medicine while not giving up her passion for the humanities.
Becca Foley ’20 credits her Kenyon experience with equipping her to navigate a journalism career at the New York Times.
Lucas O’Brien ’18 channels his eye for design and love of literature into a fashion career.
When her senior drama thesis performance was canceled due to COVID-19, Talia Light Rake '20 turned Zoom into art.
OB-GYN and public health scholar Karen A. Scott ’98 is leading a new research project — the first of its kind — to study obstetric racism.
In an online event, Guiora will share insight from his newest book, "Armies of Enablers."
New award displays with more inclusive content and revitalized design adorn Kenyon’s Lowry Center for athletics.