Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 29, Number 4; Spring/Summer 2007
So you're the Kenyon music department and the College budget finally includes money to buy the perfect piano for Rosse Hall. Big, beautiful sound. Expressive keyboard action. A winning personality. Your next step?
Kenyon alumni in diverse professions are grappling with one of society's big challenges.
A writer, former Kenyon swimmer, and professional adventurer takes on the ultimate challenge: come back to college and test your lingering sense of eternal youth.
Animal rights activist Jeff Dorson '80 was so determined to stop dog-fighting in Louisiana that he went undercover, risking his own life for the sake of a more humane world.
The Editor's Page
Along Middle Path
Paint, Pageants, Paradise, and six other things we love about Kenyon
Molly Flanagan was looking ahead to her final semester at Kenyon, when a call came from the White House
A novelist and creative writing teacher revises the injunction to "write what you know"
A Sri Lankan sophomore embraces the joys of tennis and Kenyon
This winter Congress voted to raise the federal minimum wage from $5.15 to $7.25 an hour (although, at press time, the legislation was bogged down). Proponents argue that an increase will help workers; opponents contend it will eliminate jobs. What do economists say? We asked Assistant Professor of Economics Jay Corrigan.
Pilgrimage souvenirs help art history professor Sarah Blick recreate the world of the Middle Ages
A Kenyon football standout with a taste for political philosophy, Zack Space '83 now represents his alma mater in Congress
Lords basketball star Shaka Smart '99 plays bigger arenas now, as a coach at Clemson
The Last Page
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