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Two new buildings will redefine the visual arts at Kenyon. View the video.

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Beneath the Surface
Whether she's studying religion in her native China or teaching a class about images of the East, sociologist Anna Sun digs for deeper truths. More...

Kenyon News Digest December 2007

Satisfied Scholars
Kenyon professors like where they work--so much so that the College emerged as an "exemplary" employer in a survey of prominent colleges and universities around the country. More...

Chemistry Department Wins Again
Mo Hunsen's scholarly investment in his chemistry students has paid off with a $60,000 Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award. More...

Fulbright Leader
For the fourth consecutive year, Kenyon has been recognized as a top producer of winners of the J. William Fulbright Fellowship among small liberal arts colleges. More...

The Science on Global Warming
The climate was right for a lecture on global warming by environmental scientist John Harte. More...

A Kennedy at Kenyon
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. brought his environmental crusade to Kenyon on November 28. More...

Postmaster Chuck Woolison retires
Chuck Woolison, who has served as Gambier postmaster since 1970, is retiring at the end of December. Members of the Kenyon and Gambier communities will gather to celebrate his career on January 23, 2008. Notes of appreciation are being collected to present to Chuck and should be sent to Lisa Schott '80 at schottl@kenyon.edu or by mail c/o Office of Alumni and Parent Programs, Gambier, OH 43022-9623.

The Kenyon Review Returns to Italy
Spend eight days in Vitorchiano, Italy, exploring the countryside and your own writing. The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop in Italy will be held May 26-June 1, 2008. Writing workshops in fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction will be offered. More....

The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop in Gambier, (June 14-21, 2008)
Spend a week writing create fiction, poetry or literary nonfiction on the beautiful Kenyon Campus with instructors from the Kenyon Review. Emphasis will be on generating new work in small groups limited to ten participants. Our instructors this year will be Brad Kessler, Christopher Tilghman, and Nancy Zafris (fiction), Geeta Kothari (fiction for new writers), Rebecca McClanahan (literary nonfiction), David Baker (poetry), and Meghan O'Rourke (poetry for new writers). More

Support Kenyon: Every Gift Makes a Difference for Kenyon
We would like to extend thanks to all who have already donated to the Kenyon Fund and the Kenyon Parents Fund. If you haven't given yet this calendar year, you might wish to do so before December 31, 2007. Otherwise, we hope you will consider making your commitment to Kenyon before the fiscal year concludes on June 30, 2008. These two funds are a critical part of Kenyon's $230 million campaign, We Are Kenyon: The Drive for Excellence. Your participation makes a difference. Please visit http://gift.kenyon.edu to make a gift to the 2007-08 Kenyon Fund or Kenyon Parents Fund.

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Baltimore Regional Association, Learning in the Company of Friends:
"Democratic Political Leadership and Character: 1789 and 2008," by Professor of Political Science John Elliott, January 15, 2008 More...


Women's Basketball
Ladies hang on to win NCAC opener race More...

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