We usually associate Kenyon's beauty with images of grandeur—a tower soaring against the sky, a path running between rows of arching trees, long hilltop views, lordly stone halls. But the splendor of the grand has its counterpart in the charm of the small. last year, we asked photographer Dan McMahon to come to campus and look for the little things—elegant and humble, iconic and odd-that in their own way compose Kenyon's defining grace. He found them everywhere, from the college archives to the bench in front of the village Market. We hope you enjoy this (small) sampling of his work.