Kenyon News Digest, October 13, 2009

Campaign Doubles Financial Aid at Kenyon
At a time when many students and colleges are facing increased need, Kenyon has doubled its endowed scholarships.

Annual Report Moves Online
To conserve resources, both financial and environmental, the 2009 Alumni Bulletin Annual Report issue is available only online. See the names of individuals and organizations who contributed to Kenyon during the previous fiscal year (July 1-June 30) on the Web at

Loving Russia
Semesters abroad for two Kenyon students in the same country were worlds apart.

Art Connection
"NOHIO," an art exhibition in downtown Los Angeles, features the work of six artists with an Ohio connection, including five linked to Kenyon through the mentorship of Karen Snouffer, associate professor of art.

Gone Tomorrow
Writer-in-Residence P.F. Kluge has won the Ohioana Book Award for Fiction for his 2008 novel Gone Tomorrow.

Alumni Bulletin
The most recent issue of the Kenyon College Alumni Bulletin is in the mail. If you haven't received your copy yet, enjoy the online version.

Follow Kenyon
Are you a Kenyon fan? Get news and and stay connected with alumni, parents, and friends on Kenyon's Facebook page. You can also follow our tweets on Twitter.

Cleantech Revolution
Marshall Chapin '94, senior director of business development at EnerNOC, recently shared his ideas for intelligent energy management as part of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation Lectureship Series.

Genius in Bondage
Vincent Carretta, professor of English at the University of Maryland, and one of the world's foremost experts in early black Atlantic literature, discussed "Genius in Bondage: A Biography of Phillis Wheatley" on September 29.

Picturing Climate Change
Global warming was the target when the Canary Project, an art-based production, came to Kenyon last week.

Support Kenyon: Every Gift Makes a Difference
We would like to extend sincere thanks to all who have donated to the Kenyon Fund and the Kenyon Parents Fund. Help us make 2009-10 another successful year by making a gift. 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 to make a gift to the 2009-10 Kenyon Fund or Kenyon Parents Fund.

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