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  • After two rounds of COVID-19 testing for all students in residence, and with no positive test results among those students, Kenyon has ended its “quiet period” and will lift some restrictions on campus life.

    By Mary Keister
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    Autumn Return

    Kenyon News

    Planning for a fall with a mix of on-campus and remote learning, Kenyon faculty draw on lessons from spring.

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    New Arrivals

    Kenyon News

    Kenyon welcomes seven new tenure-track faculty who will begin teaching in Gambier this fall.

  • Channeling C.J. Cregg 

    In the News Entertainment Weekly

    “A wonderful character who is not afraid to speak truth to power.” Allison Janney ’82 reveals what made “The West Wing” press secretary her favorite role.

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  • Theater of War 

    In the News The New Yorker

    Can Greek tragedy get us through the pandemic? A theater company founded by Bryan Doerries ’98 has spent years bringing catharsis to the traumatized.

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  • A new public award named for Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ’93 honors his commitment to plural and inclusive democracy.

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  • We asked more than 50 Kenyon alumni what it felt like to be in their shoes in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Kenyon will develop a science-writing initiative with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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  • Implemented in 2015, the Kenyon 2020 plan focuses on preparing students for post-graduate success, attracting and retaining an excellent and diverse student body and building community. 

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