Our shared values require us to reject clearly and unequivocally the forces of racial hatred and bigotry.
Kenyon is launching an effort to raise $20 million to establish the President’s Fund for academic excellence and diversity. The goal of this fund is simple, powerful and essential: to give Kenyon the financial capacity to bring promising underrepresented students from low-income backgrounds to Kenyon.
Venezuelan political prisoner Leopoldo López ’93 exemplifies the responsibilities of citizenship a liberal arts education is meant to instill.
Taking action on climate change will require skillful, creative and analytical problem solving, the ability to integrate information across a range of disciplines, and passion, determination and leadership to identify and advance the issues that are most important.
In addition to continuing the drive to increase racial and socioeconomic diversity at Kenyon, we must recognize that our understanding of diversity must become more textured.