In this issue

Kenyon's Own

Kenyon remembers Paul Newman '49.

Out of the Ashes

Sixty years after a fire destroyed Old Kenyon and took the lives of nine students, survivors share their stories

Peirce Hall Reborn

Updates bring a beloved campus landmark into the twenty-first century.

Ancient Empathy for Warriors

Bryan Doerries '98 treats the combat stress of soldiers with his productions of classic Greek tragedies

Kenyon In Season

Old Kenyon


The Editor's Page

Restoration Drama

Along Middle Path

Going Solo

Seen and Herd

Jersey Boys (and girls)

Sound Bites

Kenyon in the News

The Hot Sheet

Dogs, dalmations, and six other things we love about Kenyon.

Gambier is Talking About...


Sports Round-Up

Gaining Something In Translation


The Heart of the Matter

In Stephan Lovely's graceful first novel, an organ donation sparks struggles.


Office Hours

Musings: Beginner's Mind Over Matter

Not in my Job Description: Lyrical Baker

Burning Question for Jennifer Delahunty, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid

Would Kenyon consider dropping the SAT scores for applicants?

Alumni News

PTSD Sleuth

Driveway Moments


Alumni Digest

The Last Page

Peircing Memories

How I learned to love student dining and bid good riddance to broccoli-cheese goop.