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Kenyon in the World
How a political science major’s toughest teacher became his biggest advocate.
How a biology major came to Gambier from Nigeria to engage with the world.
Kenyon has again been recognized as a top producer of winners of the J. William Fulbright Fellowship among liberal arts institutions.
“Working together we not only slow transmission, but undermine the virus’ own resilience mechanism.”
“Restore facts and reason to the public discourse, connect to our neighbors with empathy and grace. This is the work that we can and must do.”
Get to know a few of the alumni, students and faculty who stood out in a year like no other.
Even though I wish my abroad experience hadn’t been cut short, my last few days in Exeter were as lovely as they could’ve possibly been.
For the 15th time, Kenyon is a top baccalaureate institution for producing student winners of the Fulbright fellowship.
Here are 10 Kenyon newsmakers worth your attention.
My first two years at Kenyon gave me the stepping stones to make my way across the Atlantic to Exeter, and I’m so thankful for that.