Tom Stamp '73 shares his memories of former Kenyon archivist Tom Greenslade '73 and his wife, Mary.
Image of Old Kenyon from the College archives.
Rodrigo Joseph Rodríguez '97 reflects on shaping his space in the pursuit of academic success.
Kate DuHamel '81 seeks to take the stress out of being ill.
Dean of Admissions John W. Anderson reflects on the increasing significance of e-admissions.
Kenyon in Quotes
"There is little in our history that is beyond dispute, there is much about which good and wise people have disagreed. Put rather differently, our past has witnessed historical revisions, and this process will and should continue." —Former President Robert A. Oden Jr.
"Will Kenyon still exist as a collection of buildings and people on an Ohio hilltop twenty-five, fifty, or one hundred years from now? The future, of course, has a way of surprising us, but I believe it will. The campus ideal, introduced here by Philander Chase almost one hundred seventy-five years ago, will prevail." —Tom Stamp '73
Science and art converge in the work of "visualization researcher" Ken Eward '89.
Chris Barth '93 puts Kenyon's history online.
Sasha Grumman, Houston, has been busy building two businesses. “My private chef business blossomed into so many new adventures. I have taken on consulting opportunities, worked with daily private clients, and my work even took me to Aspen, Colorado, for two weeks over Christmas. I also have my focaccia business called Sasha’s Focaccia, and we are making some big moves this year — stay tuned! Otherwise, happily living with my sweet chocolate lab, Aspen, and celebrating three years booze-free!”
Katie Goldman and Joseph W. Bates IV are engaged. “We celebrated this happy occasion with family and friends (some of whom are also Kenyon alumni!).”
Bakdaulet Baitan began a master’s program in economics in Milan, Italy. “Started taking Italian language courses and exploring Europe.”