Diversity and inclusion are core principles for Kenyon, and we deeply value the perspectives and contributions of our international community. We are committed to doing all we can to allow Kenyon students to continue their studies no matter their country of origin.
Posted in Liberal Arts
The best way we can honor Dr. King is to choose community over chaos — to find the courage and will to overcome procrastination and stand with those who are sacrificing for justice.
Nourishing an environment where activism is not only accepted, but encouraged, only serves to bolster the educational experience at Kenyon. With that in mind, the College recently adopted revisions to its protest policy to affirm the College’s commitment to free expression, protect the right to peaceful demonstration and provide clear guidance to all members of our Kenyon community.
Remarks on the occasion of the Class of 2019’s graduation at Kenyon’s 191st Commencement.
Observing a Kenyon English class held inside a medium-security prison deepened my appreciation of the power of a liberal arts education experience.