The great feminist poet, scholar and activist Audre Lorde wrote, “Revolution is not a one-time event. It is becoming always vigilant for the smallest opportunity to make genuine change in established, outgrown responses.”
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When I read of Michael Bloomberg’s gift of $1.8 billion to Johns Hopkins University, I was reminded of the power a gift has to move our collective thinking beyond what can’t be done to what, in fact, must be done.
Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator Samantha Hughes addresses the U.S. Department of Education draft of proposed new regulations that would replace the current interim federal guidance regarding the enforcement of Title IX. She affirms Kenyon's commitment to promoting and providing a campus environment that is free from sex- and gender-based harassment and violence.
At Kenyon, we embark on Quests for Justice, we hold and invite diverse opinions, and from Middle Path we set out into the world better-prepared to do what we can for our country as thinkers and as citizens.
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?