In this issue

Rural Legends

The definitive word on some of Kenyon's half-plausible stories.


Kenyon alumni and professors ponder the future of the printed book.

Fly Boys

The days of Kenyon men in their flying machines are gone but not forgotten.

Personal Best

Undaunted by degenerative illness, Beth Newson '95 conquers the challenges of ski slopes and daily life.

Kenyon In Season


The Editor's Page

Lady in Red

When she smiled, she looked like she belonged in a glossy magazine ad for tequila, a stylish thirty-something in the center of a cocktail-sipping crowd.

Letters to the Editor

Along Middle Path

Henry Toutain Named Dean of Students

Saving Children

In and Out at Kenyon

Jolly Good Fellows

Kenyon in the News

The Hot Sheet

Parking, Potter, Pie, and six other things we love about Kenyon

Best in the Nation

Doing Philander Proud

Gambier is Talking About...

Sound Bites

What's your Kenyon Quotient?

Try a question from the world of Kenyon trivia


Anatomy of an Athlete

Sports Round-Up


Beyond "Baby Panic"

Rachel Lehmann-Haupt '92 talks about In Her Own Sweet Time, a memoir exploring the reproductive pressures and choices facing her generation


Office Hours

Loving Lexica

Changing Lives with Discipline and Imagination

Students laud the talents of Perry Lentz and Robert Mauck, winners of the 2009 Trustee Teaching Excellence Awards

Burning Question for Glenn McNair, Associate Professor of History

Racial politics in the age of Obama

Not in my Job Description: A Real Fling

Alumni News

Forged in Steel

Reel Life


Alumni Digest

The Last Page

Suburban Legends