Recently, the American Studies Association (ASA) chose to endorse an academic boycott on all Israeli institutions of higher education. In response, the American Studies department at Kenyon rescinded its membership in the ASA, and President Sean Decatur, in a written statement, rejected the principle of academic boycotts. Over the past two weeks, the Observer compiled reactions to the decision from
Starting fresh in 2013, every Monday TKO will feature a blog about campus issues. Today marks the beginning of a new (and my last) semester at Kenyon. People are back from winter break, or from semesters spent off campus ready to enter again into the daily grind. After every break, I find comfort in returning
The Kenyon Observer is pleased to announce that it will be providing reactions to each of the talks taking place over the course of the next three days as part of the Center for the Study of American Democracy’s conference on American promotion of democracy. Keep an eye out for forthcoming commentary!
The Internet arm of the Kenyon Collegian has been severed, and we’re doing the chopping, bitches. Kenyon’s student body has fallen in love with The Thrill’s quick-hitting accounts of campus news and gossip, and in an effort to save the website from financial ruin and continue the quality reporting that the website has brought to
In conjunction with Social Justice Week at Kenyon, the Kenyon Observer will be running a series of posts on the topic throughout the week. We will feature posts from contributors tackling the issue from different angles. Start thinking about what social justice means to you, and keep an eye out for what it means to