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Kenyon News Digest November 2006

A Map of the World
Internationally renowned artist Joyce Kozloff introduced her new exhibition at the Olin Art Gallery, "Exterior and Interior Cartographies," in a lecture on November 9, followed by an opening reception in the gallery. More...

Calling All Poets
The Kenyon Review, one of the nation's best-known and most honored literary magazines, is accepting submissions for the Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers through November 30, 2006. High school sophomores and juniors are invited to participate. More...

Vietnam Voice
Acclaimed novelist Tim O'Brien spoke at Kenyon on November 8. O'Brien, whose 1990 short story collection The Things They Carried was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, is known for his works on the Vietnam War, including his 1973 memoir If I Die in a Combat Zone, Box Me Up and Send Me Home. He won the National Book Award in 1979 for Going After Cacciato. More...

Rite of Belonging
First-year students officially joined the Kenyon generations at the Founders' Day convocation, a time-honored ceremony that celebrates community and offers a glimpse of history. More...

Taking the Leap
The fourth speaker in the inaugural Burton Morgan Lecture Series was Matthew Winkler, Class of 1977, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News. More...

Kicks and Sticks
It's been a banner year for the Kenyon women's soccer and field hockey teams. The Ladies soccer team won the North Coast Athletic Conference Division III championship and a trip to the NCAA playoffs. The field hockey team also earned a trip to the national playoffs after winning the NCAC tournament crown. Though both teams faltered in the second round, players from both soccer and field hockey earned postseason recognition.

Seeking Terrorism Experts
The Alumni Bulletin is looking into the possibility of an article on Kenyon alumni and professors who work with issues and practical challenges related to the problem of terrorism. Does your work involve technology, policy-making, or scholarship that helps society understand and cope with the threat of terrorism? If so, and if you are willing to share your expertise, we'd like to hear from you. Please contact Shawn Presley at presleys@kenyon.edu.

Avoid the Crowds
It's the holiday season. Looking for a unique gift? Looking for something that says "Kenyon"? Shop online at the Kenyon College Bookstore. Go to the Bookstore Web site and click on clothing and gifts. Great gifts for all ages!

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 30. Your participation makes a difference. Please visit http://gift.kenyon.edu to make a gift to the 2006-07 Kenyon Fund or Kenyon Parents Fund.

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June 1-3, 2007.


Women's Cross Country
Francois earns trip to national meet. Sophomore will be KC's lone representative at NCAA championship. More...

Women's Swimming
Jacobssen hauls in national swimming award. Kenyon freshman honored for performances against Louisville. More...

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