Harlene Marley Theater dedicated

When Kenyon College’s first female students entered classes on campus for the first time in September 1969, a former farm girl from Oklahoma — who would become Kenyon’s first tenured female faculty member — came along with them.

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New Hope Industries bid below land bank estimate

Although the Knox County Land Bank won’t divulge its own appraised value of 1375 Newark Road — a 6-acre property with a 30,500 square-foot building currently occupied by New Hope Industries, Inc. — Land Bank President Jeff Gottke said he did send out a related, emailed note to potential buyers.

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Joshua Morrison/News Mount Vernon Nazarene University honored baseball coach for earning his 1,000th win on Wednesday before the double header with Miami Hamilton. From left, Athletic Director Chip Wilson presented a plaque to Keith Veale with his wife, Toni.

Veale named to NAIA Hall of Fame

Mount Vernon Nazarene University head baseball coach Keith Veale has been selected for induction into the NAIA Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2020, as announced on Monday morning by the NAIA.

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Kenyon alumnae speak on women in leadership roles

Four Kenyon College women — whose leadership backgrounds range from being a seated Congresswoman from Texas to a Starbucks vice president for urban markets to a rising junior who was part of a 2019 Academy Award-winning documentary — gave insights Saturday on women as transformational leaders. The afternoon event was held in Gund Gallery’s Community Foundation Theater.

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