Ben Hunkler

Kenyon College Office of Communications Intern

Right-brained undergraduate student with nearly one year of writing and communications experience looking to make a difference with words.


Kenyon College Office of Communications

Kenyon College
Protect and Serve · Along Middle Path

As a first-year student at Kenyon, Liam Brodigan '19 was eager to explore - and serve - his new community. The American studies major from Amherst, Massachusetts, has always been passionate about community service, and he moved to Gambier hoping to continue volunteering in his new home.

Kenyon College
Borders in Play · Along Middle Path

What is a border? Where, and why, do borders occur? How do they affect the people whom they divide? In her "Cultural Productions of the Borderlands" course, Professor of Spanish Clara Román-Odio P'11,'18 prompts her students to consider the nature of borders through the examination of literature, philosophy and the arts.

Kenyon College
Research Role Models · Along Middle Path

The Franklin Miller Award, named in honor of Professor Emeritus of Physics Franklin Miller, Jr., is presented each semester to the students who have contributed most significantly or unusually to Kenyon's academic environment. This semester, Toneisha Stubbs '18 of Cleveland and Max Smith '18 of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, received the illustrious award for their irreplaceable campus presences and inspiring strides in research.

Kenyon College
Healthy Goals · Along Middle Path

Christopher Smith, a former public health advisor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), joined Kenyon on Oct. 16 as director of the...

Kenyon College
Complex Comedy · Along Middle Path

The Kenyon College Dance and Dramatic Club presents "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," the absurdist comedy by Tom Stoppard, in the Bolton Theater on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 8 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 13, at 8:30 p.m; and Saturday, Oct. 14, at 2 and 8 p.m.

Kenyon College
Exercising the Mind · Along Middle Path

When Tobias Baumann '19 embarked on his summer break this year, he had two main goals: He wanted to enrich his Kenyon education, and to go on an adventure. The perfect opportunity arose when his advisor, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Joy Brennan, recommended a monthlong program that would place Baumann in a Zen Buddhist monastery in China.

Licking County Foundation

The Newark Advocate
Licking County Foundation donor profile: Molly Ingold

Molly Ingold was born and raised in Upper Arlington. Newark, though, is the place she has chosen to call home. Since moving here to coach tennis, she has devoted most of her professional career to serving the greater Licking County community, taking on administrative positions with the Hospice of Central Ohio, Licking Memorial Hospital, and the City of Newark, to name a few.

The Newark Advocate
Foundation has helped Midland reach renaissance

For generations, the historic Midland Theatre in downtown Newark stood as the cultural epicenter of Licking County. Countless families depended on the elegant theater, erected in 1928, for an evening of fine entertainment. Yet, decades ago, the storied building was nearly lost to history.