Kenyon College - jfphoto65
Ransom Hall is the home of the Office of Admissions, the Office of the President and the College historian. Ransom is the first stop for visiting prospective students and their families. Inside Ransom, students waiting for interviews and parents browsing through course catalogs sit in the Norton Room. Outside the building, they may notice the touch of whimsy: a group of sculpted crows perched on the roof, cocking their heads as if to comment playfully on the middle name of Kenyon poet John Crowe Ransom, for whom the building is named. The crows are the work of Peter Woytuk, a 1980 Kenyon graduate who is considered one the foremost sculptors of animal forms in the world. Photographed on campus of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio on June 19, 2017 by Joe Frazee.

Ransom Hall is the home of the Office of Admissions, the Office of the President and the College historian. Ransom is the first stop for visiting prospective students and their families. Inside Ransom, students waiting for interviews and parents browsing through course catalogs sit in the Norton Room. Outside the building, they may notice the touch of whimsy: a group of sculpted crows perched on the roof, cocking their heads as if to comment playfully on the middle name of Kenyon poet John Crowe Ransom, for whom the building is named. The crows are the work of Peter Woytuk, a 1980 Kenyon graduate who is considered one the foremost sculptors of animal forms in the world. Photographed on campus of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio on June 19, 2017 by Joe Frazee.

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