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Bird expert Natalie Wright and her student research team discuss their work and introduce us to their feathered friends.
Some of Kenyon’s bravest explain how serving as volunteer firefighters and EMTs fits into a liberal arts education.
Meet the coaching staff and student stars of Kenyon’s most storied sports legacy.
Veteran coach Suzanne Helfant and her team visit to reflect on another strong season.
Professor of Music Ben Locke leads the Chamber Singers in an encore performance of their spring break tour.
Managers Maddie Farr ’18 and Stephanie Holstein ’18 give us an inside look at Kenyon’s student-run radio station.
The co-teachers of Kenyon’s new “Programming Humanity” course explain artificial intelligence, our automated future and how to approach the new field of “digital humanities.”
The star of Kenyon’s 2017 Holiday Greeting video shows off his unique musical talents.
Staff members of Kenyon’s CDO will give tips on how to approach those tricky job interview questions.
Members of Kenyon’s most elegant club sport provide a demonstration of some popular steps.
Members of Kenyon’s improv comedy group will say “yes, and?” to our suggestions in a performance that’s sure to be hilarious.
We turn the bells over to the experts for a raucous demonstration of the bell tower’s full musical range.
Kenyon’s Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Spiritual and Religious Life visit the bell tower along with their friends Lord and Lady Kenyon.
Kenyon’s oldest a cappella group squeezes into the bell tower to perform several of their hits.
The student gatekeepers of the prestigious Kenyon Review share an inside look at how they tackle an annual flood of submissions.
These two faculty friends explain how they joined forces to bring art and math together in an exciting interdisciplinary class.
As Kenyon’s first all-female a cappella group, the Creeks will croon their eclectic repertoire.
The theater troupe Billy Shakes, short for William Shakespeare, will demonstrate how they abridge the works of the Bard.
Two of Kenyon’s most famous writers discuss Kenyon in the ’60s and what it’s like to return to the Hill as English professors.
We’ll test the artistic skills of the students who help keep Kenyon’s professional art museum running.
Our beloved college’s 19th president will thank Kenyon Fund donors and demonstrate his mastery of Kenyon trivia.
Kenyon’s holy rock and rollers deliver an inspiring performance.
Kenyon’s snappiest dressers suit up in their khakis and coats to close out our program.