Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 20, Number 3; 1998


"I am here, and where are you?"

Religion at Kenyon

A faith in religious difference

Why Study Religion

Bishop Swing's Crusade

Readin', Writin', and Religion

The Editor's Page

The ethical nature of atheism


Along Middle Path

Sharp and Shutt take on new roles as administrators

Brian Gibney's hands lead to a life of the mind

Collegian provides on-the-job training in journalism

For Melissa Kravetz, academic life inspires activism

Luce Professor Lewis Hyde plays with trickster figures

Detchon leaves as Kenyon's most successful soccer coach

Kenyon's Denning repeats as NCAC cross country champion

Sports Round-Up





Regional association news

Alumni Council news

Development news

Faculty Digest

Alumni Profiles

Jim Newcomer

In words and deeds, Jim Newcomer lives the ideals of a liberal-arts education

Alice Cornwell Straus

Back at Kenyon, Alice Cornwell Straus hopes the third time's the charm

Jonathan Tazewell

Drama professor Jonathan Tazewell blends teaching and film in his life story

JoEllen Perry

Thanks to Kenyon and work-study, smart girl JoEllen Perry knows how to "work it"

In Memoriam


The Last Page

I want my BBC!