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Peter Rutkoff and Will Scott inaugurate "Kenyon Unique," a lecture series featuring distinguished faculty members, whose talks will be streamed live on the Internet and recorded as part of a digital library.
A fabled Kenyon life came to a close this month with the passing of Franklin Miller Jr., professor emeritus of physics.
Art and Identity
The restoration of art looted during World War II is the subject of a yearlong series of cultural events at Kenyon.
Legendary chemist and writer Carl Djerassi '43 returns to Kenyon for a short series of public events on October 22-23, including a staged reading of his play Insufficiency.
New Summer Program Offers Adults an "Education Vacation"
"I wish I could take a Kenyon course and live the student life for a week . . ." A new array of summer programs for adults in a newly created organization—the Kenyon Institute Summer Seminar—makes this dream come true.
Writing in Your Profession: New Summer Workshops Debut
If you're a physician or biomedical researcher, a playwright, an art critic—or aspire to be—there's no place like Kenyon in June 2013 to become the writer you want to be. The Kenyon Institute summer writing programs offer intensive experience with world-class partners and Kenyon faculty.
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