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Kenyon News Digest January 2006

Scientific Scholar
Kenyon senior Karly Burke is among twelve national recipients of the coveted 2006-07 George J. Mitchell Scholarship. The first Kenyon student to receive the Mitchell award, Burke will study for a master's degree in biomedical science at the National University of Ireland in Galway. More...

Honoring King
Kenyon will join Knox County and the rest of America this month in celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On Monday, January 16, Associate Provost Ric Sheffield will speak at a breakfast co-sponsored by Kenyon and Mount Vernon Nazarene University. The keynote guest on Wednesday, January 18, will be Joe Brown, former lieutenant governor of Colorado, presenting a tribute to Dr. King. More...

Southern Recovery
Forty-three Kenyon students had something more than vacation on their agenda for winter break. These students traded the comforts of home for the physically challenging and emotionally fraught work of helping with recovery efforts in hurricane-ravaged New Orleans. More...

Calvin and Hobbes (and Kenyon)
For fans of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes--and it's hard to imagine anyone who isn't a fan --one of the great events of the past year was the publication of a three-volume boxed set containing every strip in the cartoon's ten-year run. More...

All Things Creative
Take a bunch of Kenyon students. Give them a seven-foot-square stage and forty-eight uninterrupted hours. What do you get? Well, for two days earlier this semester you got: dances, shrieks, lectures, bike repair, fake dates, and much, much more. More...

Learning in the Company of Friends
President S. Georgia Nugent, Professor of American Studies Peter Rutkoff, and Professor of Political Science Fred Baumann will be visiting regional associations this spring as part of the Learning in the Company of Friends program. Find out if they are coming to a city near you. More...

Calling All Editors and Comedians
If you participated in either The Collegian or Fools on the Hill during your time at Kenyon, we want to hear from you. Fools on the Hill is planning a spring reunion and would like to include you. Also, The Collegian is celebrating its 150th anniversary at Kenyon in 2006 and a reunion in the fall will be planned. Please contact Patty Bower at bowerp@kenyon.edu if you were a member of either of these student groups.

Job Opportunities
Director of Regional Events. For the complete job description and information on how to apply, please go to http://www.kenyon.edu/x30015.xml.

Student Accounts Manager. For the complete job description and information on how to apply, please go to http://www.kenyon.edu/x30096.xml.

Support Kenyon
Every gift makes a difference for Kenyon. We would like to extend sincere thanks to all who have already donated to the Kenyon Fund and the Kenyon Parents Fund. If you haven't given yet this year, please consider doing so before the fiscal year concludes on June 30th. Your participation makes a difference. Please visit http://gift.kenyon.edu to make a gift to the 2005-06 Kenyon Fund or Kenyon Parents Fund

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