Superb Facilities

The Buildings We Built (or Renovated)

Peirce Hall
Great Hall, other dining spaces, Peirce Lounge, student organization offices

Graham Gund Gallery
Museum/gallery facilities, art history facilities, auditorium,
classrooms, reception areas

Horvitz Art Building (under construction)
Studio art facilities

Lentz House
English Department faculty offices, seminar rooms, departmental office

Finn House
Home for Kenyon Review, including Cheever Room for readings

Hoehn-Saric House
Home for the Center for Global Engagement, overseeing study abroad
and serving international students

O'Connor House
Interdisciplinary programs, Center for the Study of American Democracy

Village Inn
College acquired and renovated this landmark building

We Are: Peirce Hall-A Timely Renovation for a Timeless Landmark

Generous gifts enabled Kenyon to completely renovate this all-important center of campus life. The Peirce Hall project entailed refurbishing signature spaces like the Great Hall, completely rebuilding Dempsey Hall (complemented by the magnificent Thomas Hall dining room), and providing all-new assets like a dazzling atrium, an expanded servery, and facilities supporting our local-foods commitment.

We Are: Kenyon's Singular Literary Tradition

The Kenyon Review, one of the world's pre-eminent literary journals since 1939, is more vital than ever, thanks in part to major campaign gifts. Today the Review has a splendid headquarters in Finn House, which boasts the elegant Cheever Room for readings. Numerous donors endowed the Review editorship, adding further institutional strength to the journal. A stronger Kenyon Review now involves more students in its operations, sponsors more readings and programs, reaches out to the community through its annual literary festival, and continues to innovate with such initiatives as the Web-based KR Online. DeliciousFacebook FacebookStumbleUpon StumbleUponDigg Diggreddit reddit