About The Kenyon Collegian
Founded in 1856, The Kenyon Collegian is the student-run weekly newspaper that covers the Kenyon College and Gambier, Ohio communities. The Collegian publishes a print edition most Thursday during the academic year, and is distributed free-of-charge in the Village of Gambier. The Collegian also produces The Thrill, an irreverent blog dedicated to covering news and culture on campus.
The organization is staffed entirely by students, most of whom are volunteers. Some editors receive a small stipend.
Editors-in-Chief: Lauren Toole and David McCabe
Managing Editor: Rosalyn Aquila
Chief Copy Editor: David Hoyt
Senior News Editor: Sam Colt
News Editors: Henri Gendreau and Madeleine Thompson
Director of Special Projects: Gabe Brison-Trezise
Sports Editors: Brian Hess and Nina Zimmerman
Arts Editors: Emily Sakamoto and Jane Simonton
Features Editors: Hannah Steigmeyer and Julie France
Opinions Editors: Rebecca Dann and Anna Dunlavey
Photo Editors: Cora Markowitz and Victoria Ungvarsky
Art Director: Wilfred Ahrens
Design Editor: Spencer Kaye
Illustrator: Nick Anania
We strive to ensure that our reporting is always accurate. When we fail, we correct ourselves in print and online. To request a correction, email Chief Copy Editor David Hoyt at [email protected]
How we’re funded
The Collegian is a registered student organization at Kenyon College, which entitles us to apply for monies collected through the student activities fee — a regular charge to students and families. Each semester, we go before the Business and Finance Committee of the student council and request a new budget for the following months. In most years, we have requested money to cover the cost of printing the paper and paying for various projects on the Internet.