14 Results found for: Alumni

Reset
  • Painted portrait of Dr. Karen Scott

    Laboring for Change

    Kenyon Alumni Magazine

    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.

    Date
    Categories
  • Headshot of Professor Amos Guiora.

    In an online event, Guiora will share insight from his newest book, "Armies of Enablers."

    By Mary Keister
    Date
    Categories
  • New award displays with more inclusive content and revitalized design adorn Kenyon’s Lowry Center for athletics.

    Date
    Categories
  • Nadia Reiman pictured on computer screen

    Get to know a few of the alumni, students and faculty who stood out in a year like no other.

    Date
  • Kenyon’s supportive environment for student athletes is key to Ladies swimmers’ recognition by the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award.

    Date
    Categories
  • Lowry Center

    Kenyon’s athletic facility is renamed in a first-of-a-kind honor for a trailblazing alumnus.

    Date
  • Copies of the Kenyon Review literary magazine on a table.

    The virtual reading, co-hosted by the Kenyon Review, Sunset Press and Rural Cause, serves as a fundraiser to address hunger in Knox County.

    By Mary Keister
    Date
    Categories
  • A new public award named for Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 honors his commitment to plural and inclusive democracy.

    By Mary Keister
    Date
    Categories
  • We asked more than 50 Kenyon alumni what it felt like to be in their shoes in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Date
    Categories
  • After discovering playwriting at Kenyon, Will Arbery '11 received critical acclaim for his thought-provoking productions. Arbery was a Whiting Award winner and Pulitzer finalist in the same year.

    By Mary Keister
    Date
    Categories