Town, Gown, & Service Learning
Here are four projects that integrate the College’s values of citizenship and academic achievement with opportunities for service in the city of Keene.
The Ascutney Boulder Makes Its Final Move
It moved at literally glacial speed from Mount Ascutney to Keene over thousands of years. Now the peripatetic rock has found a home beside the David F. Putnam
Teachers, Orchardists, Bakers, Travelers
Alums Bruce ’64 and Joanne ’66 Smith embrace the world – starting with their
own High Hopes Orchard in Westmoreland, N.H.
David Wenhold '90: Our Man in D.C.
It's a long way from Oja Hill to Capitol Hill. Or is it?
When Opportunity Knocked
His answer to a simple question changed Dr. Larry Benaquist’s professional life
and created a rich cultural resource for the College.
The Benson Family Team
Three athletic kids times three varsity KSC teams equals a lot of miles on the
odometer for the Benson family.
What Makes a Good Runner?
Peter Thomas ’77 knows a thing or two about running and coaching. We asked
him, and some of the runners he has coached, to weigh in on the intangibles
that turn an average runner into a good one, a good runner into a great one.
One of the best-attended Reunions ever.
What Are You Reading?
Stuck for a good summer read?