Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 27, Number 1; Summer 2004


Exit the Queen

The one and only Harlene Marley - teacher, director, class act - retires

Pencils Down

From new tests to new concepts in schooling, Kenyon alumni grapple with education reform. With profiles of Mary Ellen Hammond '78, Hannah Levin '01, and Thomas Toch. by Traci Vogel

I Wanted to Make an Adventure

Neil Hall '02 discovers fun and celebrity on the gridiron... in Switzerland. by Ann Starr '73

The Corner Store

Modest but enduring, the KC has been a center of commerce and conviviality since 1840. by Christopher Barth '93

The Editor's Page

Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Read

Along Middle Path

Top Scientist

Gambier is Talking About

Two Kenyon Graduates Win Mellon Fellowships

Three Kenyon Seniors Win Fullbright Fellowships

Kimberlee Klesner Resigns as Vice President for Development

Master Plan Unveiled

Record Number of Applications Received for the Class of 2008

Kenyon Celebrates the Achievement of an Endowment for Jewish Life and Hillel

Kenyon in the News

A New Dose of Laughter


Sports Round-Up


Peiris and Powell Win Robert J. Tomsich Science Awards

Rita Kipp Named Dean at the University of the South

Trustees Award Tenure to Seven, Promotions to Four, Reappointments to Six

Five Faculty Members Win Whiting Foundation Grants

Tazewell, Rutkoff Win Teaching Awards

Faculty Digest

Alumni News

In Memoriam


The Last Page

Final Exam