A Dream Today
The dream of Martin Luther King Jr. and the vision of Barack Obama will frame the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Dialogue on January 19 at the Brandi Recital Hall.
Kenyon Admissions and the Economy
Dean of Admissions Jennifer Delahunty reassures families concerned about the economic crisis and their college hopes.
Dan Caplan '09 shares his thoughts about helping the people of New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina. This month, the College fielded a community-service trip to Galveston, Texas, in the wake of Hurricane Ike.
Football standout, sociology researcher, and future criminal justice expert Yancy Edwards '09 wins another honor, claiming a spot on the All-America team.
Latina Journalist Visits
Alma Guillermoprieto, author and journalist, shares her thoughts on the Brazilian carnival and the new narcoculture in Mexico.
New at the Olin Gallery: Science Meets Art
The "Wunderkammern" exhibition at the Olin Art Gallery blends historic scientific instruments with sculpture, photographs, and natural objects, echoing cabinet-of-curiosity collections begun in the Renaissance.
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