In this issue

Holding on to James

A new teacher, in very new surroundings, finds challenge, joy, and tragedy in a very troubled little boy.

Trading Places

A Kenyon student sat in the President's chair for a day, and S. Georgia Nugent took a seat in the classroom.

Dealing with Your DNA

Robin Bennett '81, a leading genetic counselor, helps people work through life-changing decisions on health issues ranging from cancer to mental retardation.

Classroom Classics

Kenyon professors bring imagination to the art of teaching.

Kenyon In Season


The Editor's Page

Tricks of the Trade

Letters to the Editor

Along Middle Path

The Film's the Thing

Kenyon supplies the setting, cast, and crew for an independent film based on the Bard's best-known play.

Sound Bites

What's your Kenyon Quotient?

Kenyon in the News

The Hot Sheet

Printing, Prairies, Pronunciation, and six other things we love about Kenyon

Gambier is Talking About...

Around the Globe

Eight students win Fulbright Fellowships

The Doors of Kenyon


Ohio State University Football Turns to Kenyon's Swimming Program for Inspiration

Before the Glory

How a championship swimmer handles those tense moments before the starting gun, when the nerves churn and the mind races

Sports Round-Up


Odd Man In

Psychologist Leonard Felder has hopeful advice for the "outsiders" among us.


Office Hours

Musings: Creative Solutions

Colors blossoming in flasks enchant the photochemist, but the allure is more than aesthetic.

Quadrennial Concert

Holdener Wins Top Math Award

Burning Question: Is Seasonal Affective Disorder For Real?

As fall moves into winter, do you find that your mood sometimes matches the gray skies of the season?

Digging Deeper with Enthusiasm and Brilliance

Alumni News

Cycling Cross-Country at 73

Sound Boards and Duct Tape


Alumni Digest

The Last Page

Notes for my Lifesitter

When playwright and faculty member Wendy MacLeod heard about Kenyon's president switching places with a student for a day, her imagination took one of its inimitable turns--into the snarky mind of a female undergraduate giving instructions to a professor for a similar switch.