Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 29, Number 3; Winter 2007
Glimpses of a nocturnal Kenyon.
In cities around the country, young Kenyon graduates find their footing by finding one another.
In his most recent volume of essays, award-winning novelist E.L. Doctorow explores the sources of creativity. Creationists: Selected Essays 1993-2006, published by Random House, probes the genius of artists and thinkers ranging from the biblical authors of Genesis, to Melville, to Einstein. Appearing among these essays is the following appreciation of the comic pantomime of Harpo Marx, originally commissioned by The Little Bookroom as an introduction to Harpo Speaks . . . About New York (2001), a memoir of the second-oldest Marx brother's childhood years.
You always knew the College had a fascinating history. But did you know what Lord Gambier did for a living or the name of the play in which Paul Newman appeared in drag?
The Editor's Page
Along Middle Path
Students camp out to draw attention to the plight of the homeless
Puzzles, pottery, puff pieces, and six other things we love about Kenyon
Compete: At six-foot seven, sophomore Allen Bediako is making Kenyon basketball history as a shot blocker.
Sociologist Jan Thomas sends her students beyond the classroom walls
Simon Garcia receives grant from the Dreyfus Foundation
Doug Johnston '69 lends his legal talent to the fight against modern slavery
The Last Page
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