On May 14, 2021, President Decatur announced that a mask will no longer be required outdoors on Kenyon’s campus for people who are fully vaccinated.
The Kenyon College Board of Trustees convened for its spring meeting on April 23.
Five outstanding members of Kenyon’s faculty earn promotion to associate professor.
President Decatur shares a message with the Kenyon community regarding recent campus events.
At Kenyon we value openness, honesty and civility, and we respect the views of others, even when we may not agree with them.
The conclusion of Theater of War’s virtual residency with Kenyon uses scenes from Sophocles’ final play as a catalyst for discussions about homelessness, immigration and eldercare.
President Sean Decatur shares a message for the Kenyon community following guilty verdicts in the murder of George Floyd.
Kenyon will require vaccination for students enrolling in the 2021-2022 academic year, as well as for students who intend to be on campus this summer.
Physics major Ryn Grutkoski ’21 wins a coveted NSF grant, allowing them to continue their research into the origins and development of the universe.
On April 14, 2021, Kenyon provided an update regarding the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and also case and testing data.