Kenyon has been working hard to partner with local businesses both on and off campus in order to broaden the shopping and dining options available for students whose preferred method of payment is their K-Card. Almost Famous Sweets and Sodas in Mount Vernon is one of the newest (and tastiest) K-Card-accepting businesses.
Student coordinators Lee Nah and Keiko Behrens offer a unique and insightful perspective of The Kenyon Mentorship Program and their own personal experiences interacting with students and community members beyond Kenyon.
In the wake of this year’s Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion, women’s healthcare has become a primary concern for many communities across the country. Here in Knox County, organizations like Kno-Ho-Co Ashland Community Action Commission are working hard to ensure that women’s health is protected during this tumultuous time in our nation.
Relationships make up the foundation for any community, and this year’s Community Engaged Learning Course “Building Relationships” with Professor Daimys Garcia embraces the importance of relationships in a variety of forms.
Last Spring's Choreography class gave Kenyon students and residents of the Ohio Eastern Star Home an opportunity to get to know each other through personal conversation and physical movement.