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          March 24, 2020

          Kenyon is suspending its residential program and transitioning to remote instruction. Read more about Kenyon's response to COVID-19.  

          About Kenyon

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          The Kenyon Timeline

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          1824

          Philander Chase, the first Episcopal bishop of Ohio, founds Kenyon College.

          1824

          1829

          Old Kenyon opens: The College’s first permanent building and the earliest Collegiate Gothic building in America.

          1829

          1842

          Middle Path is created. The gravel pathway, ten feet wide and lined with trees, becomes the heart of campus.

          1842

          1876

          Rutherford B. Hayes, Kenyon Class of 1842, is elected president of the United States. More notable alumni.

          1876

          1939

          The College's literary prominence dates to 1939, when poet and critic John Crowe Ransom founded the Kenyon Review.

          1939

          1949

          Old Kenyon burns to the ground; nine students perish in the fire. The historic residence hall is rebuilt using the original stones.

          1949

          1964

          The Chasers are founded as Kenyon's co-ed collegiate a cappella group

          1964

          1965

          The Kokosingers are founded as Kenyon's all-male a cappella group by four freshmen.

          1965

          1969

          Kenyon goes coed, and the campus expands to accommodate female students.

          1969

          1978

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          2013

          2014

          The Kenyon Review celebrates 75 years of literary influence.

          2014

          2016

          Gund Gallery celebrates its fifth anniversary.

          2016

          2018

          Kenyon launches Our Path Forward, a $300 million comprehensive campaign.

          2018

          2019

          The Black Student Union celebrates its 50th anniversary.

          2019

          2019

          Women at Kenyon: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of coeducation

          2019

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