Kenyon College

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Kenyon College,

at Gambier, Ohio; Episcopal; coeducational; chartered and opened 1824. It was founded by Philander ChaseChase, Philander,
1775–1852, American Episcopal bishop, b. Cornish, N.H. After experience as a missionary in the West, he was elected (1818) first bishop of Ohio, where he founded Kenyon College in 1824 with funds that he secured largely in England.
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 as a theological seminary with some undergraduate work and assumed its present name in 1872. Women were first admitted in 1969. The college publishes a noted literary quarterly, the Kenyon Review.
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He received his BA in political science and economics from Kenyon College and his MBA from Ohio State University.
Cohen has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kenyon College, a Master of Science in finance from Loyola University and Maryland and North Carolina real estate licenses.
Caylee Hamilton, a 2017 graduate of Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart and three-time IHSA state qualifier in girls' swimming, was honored as Swimmer of the Week by the North Coast Athletic Conference based on performances that helped the Kenyon College women's team post a dual-meet win over Oberlin College Jan.
He taught English at Vanderbilt University and Kenyon College where he founded and edited the literary magazine The Kenyon Review.
Comey's son Brien played basketball at Kenyon College up until last year when he graduated, and he is also 6 feet 8 inches.
Ueland is a graduate of Kenyon College with a Bachelor of Arts and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Marketing and Finance from the University of Chicago.
Work by the two teams -- one team from Case Western Reserve University and Kenyon College, Ohio -- the other a partnership between Dr Bruni, a reader in cosmology and gravitation, and Eloisa Bentivegna, a senior researcher at the University of Catania, Italy -- will be highlighted today as Editors' Suggestion by Physical Review Letters and Physical Review D and in a Synopsis on the American Physical Society Physics website.
Layali Awwad is a freshman at Kenyon College in Ohio and hopes to pursue a career in human rights advocacy.
Anthropologist Bruce Hardy of Kenyon College says that Neandertals probably made string or cord out of reeds, rushes or similar plants nearly 90,000 years ago at a site in southeastern France.
An indication of Wayne's approach can be seen in his first degree (from Kenyon College, Ohio), which was in philosophy and physics, an unusual combination.
I met her through Paul Newman, because he directed me in a freshman production at Kenyon College.