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Try your hand at an AI-generated Kenyon poem! They might not be quite good enough for , but we used Google's "Verse by Verse" tool to put a fresh spin on some College songs, inspired by great American poets.
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Kenyon College Nov 27
"Friendship lies at the very heart of why one becomes an editor." — Read a farewell from David Lynn '76 as he turns over the helm of after a quarter century's tenure:
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Gund Gallery Nov 26
Whether you are together virtually or in-person, we hope you spend today with those you hold most dear. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Gund Gallery!
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our surrounding community, who welcomed our return to campus this fall and worked hard to keep Kenyon and all of Knox County safe. Thanks to everyone who helps make Kenyon possible!
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our parents and families, who have supported their own students and Kenyon as a whole during a year of significant disruption;
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our alumni, who have continued to champion and support Kenyon during a time of increased need;
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our staff, who redesigned Kenyon’s campus operations and helped make large-scale remote learning possible;
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our faculty, who have adapted courses to be taught safely in-person and through innovative hybrid and online formats;
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Kenyon College Nov 26
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Our students, who have carefully followed strict protocols to keep on-campus learning safe, or helped de-densify campus by participating in remote learning;
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Kenyon College Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃 🍗 2020 has been a challenging year, but Kenyon has so much to be thankful for. This Thanksgiving, we’re grateful to:
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Kenyon in the News Nov 25
A "moving perspective on how ancient tragedies converse with fresh ones": features the work of Bryan Doerries '98 and the organization he co-founded,
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Kenyon College Nov 25
With the conclusion of Kenyon's residential semester, regular Twitter and email updates about COVID-19 will cease until spring semester begins. The dashboard itself will continue to be updated until Dec. 18 and resume Jan. 11; find it here:
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Kenyon College Nov 25
Your Brain on Gratitude: Assistant Professor of Psychology Leah Dickens explains the science of being thankful:
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Kenyon College Nov 25
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Kenyon College Nov 24
Today's COVID-19 dashboard update indicates 1 new positive test result since Friday and 1 additional student case.
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Kenyon College Nov 24
It's been an unusual semester, but a successful one thanks to the hard work of Kenyon students and employees, both on campus and remote. As we look ahead to Thanksgiving break, we asked a few faculty and staff what they're thankful for.
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KenyonClassics Nov 24
Safe travels to all the students who are leaving the hill this week.
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Oracle for Research Nov 24
As the U.S. celebrates how do measure scientifically? psychologist Leah Dickens breaks it down for us. What are you grateful and thankful for this year?
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Kenyon Review Nov 23
This week, write with no rules.
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Kenyon in the News Nov 23
"Democracy’s work is never done": Katelyn Schwartz '21, in a op-ed, on the importance of engaging young voters
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