Eye on Commencement
After their final stroll as students on the Samuel Mather Lawn, 410 seniors took their first steps as Kenyon graduates during the 179th Commencement May 19. View Commencement photos...
Nine Kenyon graduates in the Class of 2007 have been awarded Fulbright fellowships for research or teaching around the globe next year. More...
Journey to Jakarta
Sam Polk, a 2004 Kenyon graduate who majored in international studies and political science, has been named a 2007-08 Luce Scholar by the Henry Luce Foundation. More...
Library and Information Services VP Appointed
Kenyon has named Michael Roy its vice president for library and information services. President S. Georgia Nugent announced the appointment of Roy, who is currently director of academic computing services and director of digital library projects at Wesleyan University.
Stirring up Science
Malnourished children at Knox County Head Start are overweight and underfed. Discovering why some Head Start classmates suffer childhood obesity and others can't get enough to eat is the goal of related student anthropology projects coordinated through the 2007 Summer Science Scholars program. More....
Catch the Summer Buzz
A band marches, cheerleaders leap, and volleyball players spike, but the most articulate body language is spoken by the mimes of summer. The Kenyon campus has a wide embrace between school years. Activities fill academic buildings, the Kenyon Athletic Center, and residence halls. About 4,300 people of various ages and interests will visit at different times from early June through middle August.
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