In this issue

Family Squabbles

Let's celebrate the debates, battles, and protests that have shaped Kenyon's unique (and occasionally odd) personality.

Confronting Conformity

Anthropology meets Borat and Paris Hilton in a course that examines cultural norms.

Caution, Not Crisis

The U.S. economy is in turmoil and the world of higher education is feeling the impact. What does it mean for Kenyon?

Tooning Up

From the movie Ice Age to the CNN political characters Red and Blue, animator-cartoonist Dan Shefelman counts himself a storyteller above all.

Kenyon In Season


The Editor's Page

Boiling Points

Controversy may heat up, but the end result on a college campus isn't always so painful.

Letters to the Editor

Along Middle Path

Moon Walking at Philander's Phling

Nayef Samhat Appointed Provost

In and Out at Kenyon

Kenyon in the News

The Hot Sheet

A Stitch in Time for Winter

Gambier is Talking About...

Sound Bites

What's your Kenyon Quotient?



Sports Round-Up


How the South Won

In Perish from the Earth, Perry Lentz imagines a different outcome for the Civil War, and an unforgettable scoundrel.


Office Hours

Kenyon bids farewell to four veteran professors

Transformed by time

English professor Jesse Matz ponders why the books we love change as we age.

Not in my Job Description: Radio Nights

Burning Question for Jay Corrigan, Associate Professor of Economics

The temperature's rising. The icecaps are melting. The Obama administration is calling for an 80 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. Will my next car run on batteries?

Alumni News

Sparking Sparks

Singing from the Roots


Alumni Digest

The Last Page


The Back Cover