How does study of the traditional liberal arts, at a price of about $60,000 per year, in a rural setting in Ohio, have any relevance to the fast-paced, technology-driven, globally connected economy?
With all due respect to Paul Simon, if you want to ease your mind, you should wade into troubled waters, not take a bridge over them.
We have some difficult conversations ahead of us in Gambier regarding sexual assault.
I was reminded of my own undergraduate research experience this past Thursday as I talked with Kenyon students about their outstanding work at the inaugural “Kenyon Showcase: A Celebration of High-Impact Practices.”
The overarching priorities of the Kenyon 2020 vision frame our regular work on campus and guide our movement into the future.