Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 30, Number 4; Spring/Summer 2008
Laura King '86, who uses hard science to dissect the art of happiness, offers some answers to the age-old question: how to live a life of meaning and well-being.
Thinking on their (backward-shuffling) feet, Kenyon's tour guides find themselves answering questions on everything from hook-ups to horses
Kenyon alumni reflect on the shifting media landscape.
The Editor's Page
Along Middle Path
Athletes aid water purification efforts in the developing world
Newman campaign gift will allow needy students to attend Kenyon, loan-free
Pennies, Pasta, Pompoms, and six other things we love about Kenyon
Chris Yorlano sets himself high standards on two teams, and in the classroom
Or, the strange tale of Zachary Nowak's Italian murder novel that "predicted" a shocking murder (only there was no murder in the novel) and made Nowak a (reluctant) minor celebrity
An anniversary edition with a new afterword underscores the influence of Lewis Hyde's reflections on the status of art in the marketplace
During this election year, the media have deluged us with polling results. As the general election approaches, the assault will continue. But how do the pollsters come up with their numbers? Why are they often so accurate, and why do they sometimes get it wrong? We asked Professor of Political Science Joseph Klesner.
A director grew up with the bard's plays woven into family life
Surgeon Merrill Ritter transforms lives in third-world countries
Kate Masley studies the healthy birthing practices of Latina women
The Last Page
What can a journalist learn from the classics? Plenty.
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