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If we had to define Kenyon's genius loci - the spirit of the place - one thing we'd note is the way modern fits with traditional. Timeless beauty endures here. But we are always responding to new needs and adopting new technologies. From the science quad to the athletic center, facilities are state-of-the-art. And they're often architecturally stunning. Century-old stone and sleek contemporary glass harmonize on a campus that many feel is one of the nation's most beautiful.
A few of Kenyon's noteworthy facilities:
DINING: PEIRCE HALL
FITNESS: THE KENYON ATHLETIC CENTER
NATURE PRESERVE: BROWN FAMILY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
THEATER AND DANCE
Gambier is a village in Knox County, Ohio, United States. The population was 2,391 at the 2010 census.
Gambier is the home of Kenyon College and was named after one of Kenyon College's early benefactors, Lord Gambier.
A major feature is a gravel path running the length of the village, fondly referred to as "Middle Path". This path has become a piece of Gambier's history, as it is used by college students and residents alike as a way through the community.
A fully residential college, Kenyon houses all students on campus in a variety of housing options ranging from traditional residence halls to College-owned apartments and houses. Most first-year students live in residence halls grouped together at the northern end of campus, making it easy to get to know the members of your class and form friendships.
The typical first-year room is a double, with a few singles and triples forming part of the mix. All Kenyon residences are smoke-free environments.
After the first year, a greater variety of housing options becomes available. You can live in one of the historic stone residence halls or in a modern apartment with its own kitchen. You can choose a coed or a single-sex floor. You can live in a "program house" (like the environmental center) or get a group together for "theme housing."