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Kenyon College

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Student Clubs and Organizations         
Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity - Kenyon fraternity  Established August 3 1858 at Kenyon College in Gambier OH  [Edit]
Brown Family Environmental Center group  The BFEC is an environmental center just off campus with a prairie, forests, ponds, a river and just about any habitat found in Ohio. We plan environmental, educational activites for the campus and the community, along with fun and recreational activities in the outdoors, such as cookouts, bonfires, canoe trips and park clean up days.  [Edit]
Chess Club club  The Chess Club is a small group of students that meets to play Chess and Go twice weekly.  [Edit]
Kenyon College Model United Nations club  Kenyon has a nationally-acclaimed Model United Nations team with a heavy winning record at conferences.  [Edit]
Kenyon Observer, The society  Kenyon College s monthly neo-conservative magazine  [Edit]
Peeps fraternity   [Edit]
Phi Kappa Sigma - Theta society  Founded in 1937 in Gambier OH by the men of the Zeta Alpha Society  [Edit]
SAMOSA club  A.S.I.A (Asian Students for International Awareness) is one of Kenyon's non- exclusive organizations, whose purpose is to promote the sharing of Asian culture and perspective among members of the Kenyon community by sponsoring events associated with all aspects of Asian life. Some of these events are: Asian cultural festivals, musical concerts, martial arts demonstrations, Asian cuisine workshops & Asian lectureships.  [Edit]
Social Board other  We planned monthly activities for the entire student body, including Summer Send-Off -- a large concert in May, with at least 5 bands.  [Edit]
WKCO Radio Free Kenyon other  rawk  [Edit]
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