Kenyon Alumni Bulletin: Volume 26, Number 3; Winter 2004


To Seek a Newer World

The October Inauguration of S. Georgia Nugent featured art, ceremony, and down-to-earth learning, by Dan Laskin

Pleasing the Palate

Kenyon tips its hat to alumni working in the food, wine, and beer industry with profiles of Laura Donnelly '78, Paul Grimes '78, Stephen Hale '83, Dan Kopman '82, Charles Reinhardt '01, Tony Ridgway '66, Lettie Teague '83, and Jeff Zacharia '83, by Mieke Bomann '77 and Gordon Young

"Within My Reach"

Ashley Rowatt '03 is the first Division III athlete in history to win the NCAA Woman of the Year Award, by Dan Laskin

Revisiting Kenyon in a Time of National Crisis

Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies Donald Rogan recalls his days as the "chaplain of drugs and the draft" during Vietnam and the shootings at Kent State, by Donald Rogan

The Editor's Page

Dixie General's Cake

Letters to the Editor

Along Middle Path

Embracing the Limelight

Delighting Ear and Eye

One Step Closer to "Sainthood"

Radiant Medusa

Gambier is Talking About...

Marking History

Kenyon in the News

Joyce Carol Oates receives Kenyon Review Award for Literary Achievement

Sports Round-Up


Reporting the Universe

Books that Share the Healing

Outdoor Weddings

Unforgettable Celebrations in Storybook Settings



Home and Away

A New Voice in American Fiction

Alumni News

Faculty Digest

For the Children

Mind Games

In Memoriam


William C. Bradford '43

The Last Page

The Art of Dining Out