In this issue

Four Days at Kenyon

A photo essay captures Kenyon charm, quirks, and creativity.

The Great Raid of '48

Denison damsels in distress, "unspurnable" Kenyon Lords, and leaflets fluttering from the skies over Granville. Legendary stuff. And all true.

Which is Worse?

Kenyon experts ponder some of life's puzzling negatives.


The legacy of the Cold War includes the harrowing story of reconnaissance airman Bruce Olmstead '57 and his seven brutal months in a Soviet prison.

Kenyon In Season


The Editor's Page

Fear Factor

Or, why I don't care what may kill me

Letters to the Editor

Along Middle Path

Spicing Up the Servery

New in Peirce Hall: fresh flavor from a student herb garden

Kenyon Review Honors Poet Laureate

Suds and Sparks

Student entrepreneurs win funds for two start-ups: a laundry service and an electric motorcycle firm.

Art Couture

Painting's influence knows no limits

In and Out at Kenyon

The Hot Sheet

Pride, prayer, postage, and six other things we love about Kenyon

Gambier is Talking About...

Kenyon in Quotes

In the news, in campus, and online


Sports Round-Up


Application Madness, and Wisdom

Kenyon's admissions dean has edited a book of personal essays by parents who survived the college search

Recent Books by Kenyon Authors

Office Hours

Unavoidable Life

A landscape painter ponders the roots of his vocation and sense of purpose

Out of the Vault: English professor Kim McMullen explores Riker's Yeats collection

Honoring Excellence

Professors Sarah Heidt '97 and Sarah Murnen receive Trustee Teaching Excellence Awards

Alumni News

More than a Bridge

The Perfect Storm-Maker

For novelist Jenna Blum, the writer's vocation includes selling through sharing, with the help of book clubs, Facebook, and Skype


Alumni Digest

The Last Page

Which are worse: Left wing or Right wing bumper stickers?