Kenyon Alumni Book Club
This joint project between the Kenyon Review and the Office of Alumni Engagement will transport you back to the classroom — with no essays required!
Kenyon Career Network
A Kenyon degree is forever and so is the network! Explore the power of a Kenyon education beyond the classroom by connecting with students, fellow alumni, and parent volunteers. The KCN offers interest-based and regional communities as well as a variety of opportunities for professional networking.
Spice up your online Zoom meetings with some beautiful Kenyon backgrounds courtesy of Brad Remick '84.
Show your purple pride with a double layer jersey face covering, available for purchase in-person or online from the Kenyon College Bookstore.
Hoping to connect with your pledge class, athletic team, former hall mates, or a cappella group? We're here to help you host a virtual reunion. Contact us if you need up-to-date contact information or other assistance.
A Cappella Cabaret
Enjoy a playlist of stellar performances that represent Kenyon's strong tradition of a cappella. Enjoy, and don't be afraid to sing along!
Inside the Gund
Experience the Gund Gallery Collection through the disciplinary perspectives of Kenyon professors. Episodes features a professor offering insight into the artwork and demonstrating how art is an integral part of their teaching.
Virtual Campus Tours
Missing the beauty of Middle Path? Always wanted to take a peek inside the North Campus Apartments? Check out these playlists of tours and take a virtual stroll through Gambier.
WKCO Middle Path Sessions
Recorded, filmed, and produced by the students of WKCO 91.9 FM, Middle Path Sessions highlight the musical talents of the Kenyon community through on-location live performances.
'Leave Meeting' Play Debut
Watch Murray Horwitz '70 debut his play "Leave Meeting" on Stream ON!, an international ten-minute play festival that has been streaming live monthly since April. (Language may not be suitable for children.)
'The Party’s Over' Radio Drama
An original radio drama, conceived by co-editor Sam Hafetz '23 and produced by Ava Gruskoff '23, explores the need for purpose and continual failure to fulfill it through the story of four teenagers who make a monumental bet with a ghost. It features the voices of Gruskoff, Walker Borba '23, Francis Ohe '23, Dana Greenleaf '21 and Delilah Cravens '21.
Words of Support, Hope and Encouragement
A virtual assembly of Kenyon graduates in ministry, across all religious traditions, to share their words of support, hope and encouragement.