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A 2017 study in the New York Times noted that 75 percent of Kenyon families are in the top 20 percent of the nation’s income distribution, while just 1.7 percent hail from the bottom 20 percent. Given that education is an important driver of economic mobility, what would it take to bring more socioeconomic diversity to Kenyon? And why does it matter?

Passing for Coastal

Zach Sawicki ’16 on the push and pull between town and gown

Our Path, Too

Jenna Rochelle ’18 on the importance of speaking openly about money at Kenyon

Passed Down

Paola Liendo ’20 on “the rippling power” of class in her life

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