Gambier is Talking About...Pelotonia.
Kenyon will host hundreds of bicycle riders in August as the campus becomes the new overnight destination for Pelotonia, the Ohio bike tour that has raised more than $25 million for cancer research in three years.
A makeover at the Kenyon Inn includes a new-look lobby, an expanded conference room, and refurbished guest rooms. The renovation is the first in twelve years.
The Bexley Place Apartments will soon be demolished to make way for the second phase of north campus housing for students.
The national bird is becoming an increasingly common local sight, especially around waterways like the Kokosing River, as the population of eagles in Knox County has grown. A volunteer for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife reports more than forty of the birds reside in the county.
The board of trustees of the Philander Chase Corporation, Kenyon's land trust, recognized its founding director, Douglas Givens, by dedicating “Givens Grove” at the Brown Family Environmental Center. Located in the north section of the environmental center's trail system, the grove includes a stretch of trail as well as a boardwalk.