Meet Kenyon Students Archive
Leo Laub, Class of 2009 discovered something about himself when he came to Kenyon: He really, really likes working in a laboratory.
Blast from the Past
Elizabeth Gottschalk, Class of 2009, brings the past to life on Middle Path.
Nothing much seems to faze Katie Woods, Class of 2009, who does ground-breaking research melding math and biology, drafts skits for Orientation, and picks up the baton to conduct Kenyon's wind ensemble.
When Evan Axelbaum, Class of 2010, was a kid in Little League, he played right field -- but when he says "played," Axelbaum really means musically.
Leaving her home in Kaneohe, Hawaii, for a small college in rural Ohio has helped Lovey Walker, Class of 2009, find her place in the world.
If there's one lesson writer Ann Pedtke, Class of 2009, has learned, it's this: "There's no failure in getting a rejection. The only failure is not submitting your work."
Anna Zimmermann wins accolades for her research into environmental pollution around the world.
Jack of All Genres
Ted Hornick loves writing in any and every form
Depths and Heights
Shrochis Karki is very much the explorer, whether in a Kenyon philosophy class or on the slopes of Mount Everest
Mary Claire Walsh, Class of 2007, studies farm life and rural issues locally-and globally.
Following His Heart
For Elliot Forhan, Class of 2008, choosing a college involved some intangible factors
An Undeniable Reputation
Alex Stoyel, Class of 2008, leaves London behind to swim with Kenyon's championship team
More than the Classroom
Colin O'Brien, Class of 2007, blossoms in soccer, song, comedy, and more
A Perfect Blend
Emily Vaughn, Class of 2007, spent a summer in Mexico researching plant genetic engineering.
In the Village Flow
Phil Waller, Class of 2007, enjoys the interchange between campus and community.
Liz Petty, Class of 2008, always wanted to run a bookstore. She found herself in the right place.
A Poem a Day
Geoff Munsterman, Class of 2007, has published five poems in literary journals nationwide.
With a little help from Kenyon's Career Development Center, Sarah Teczar makes her journalistic debut
Dimensions of Awe
In physics and math, Joseph Neilsen discovers the "wow" of the world.
Kelly and Karly Burke, Class of 2006, are twin sisters who share a commitment to biomedical research
A poem by Sam Anderson, Class of 2006, is published in the Chautauqua Literary Journal
Back Home Again
Nhu Truong, Class of 2006, found political insights and personal surprises during a study-abroad program in her native Vietnam.
A Worldly Hilltop
International students like Naomi Mutinda, Class of 2006, find that Kenyon makes it easy to fit in
Innovative and Fun
Jessica Freeman-Slade, Class of 2006, organizes a program to teach elementary students to be better writers.
Nerf Wars, Anyone?
Activist, writer, and multi-faceted volunteer, Billy Callis also indulges in sheer silliness
Targeting a Protein
Inspired by a cousin's struggle, Amy Aloe, Class of 2006, tackles advanced research on a degenerative muscle disease
Kristen Orlando, Class of 2005, finds a love for journalism through a summer internship
Rock the Vote
Ellery Biddle, Class of 2005, spent the 2004 election season turning students into voters
Knowledge and Action
Mia Tyler, Class of 2005, finds satisfaction in volunteering at Kenyon and abroad
Home and Abroad
Melzetta Moody, Class of 2005, looks inward and fulfills dreams of foreign travel
Hungry for Complexity
For Gabriel Schine, an independent learner who became fascinated by complexity theory, the choice of a major was easy: design-it-yourself
Busy and Loving It
Nicholas Xenakis, Class of 2005, works to build a more just society
Bryan Stokes, Class of 2005, aims for biology but finds it's the life of a reporter that suits him
Building Community, Hands-On
Sarah Pfeifer takes the lead in transforming vacant lots into an urban park.
Politics and Activism
Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli helps create a safe space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students
Blythe Philips, Class of 2005, found that hands-on research at Kenyon was good preparation for field studies in Costa Rica
The Time of His Life
Senior Matt Howard has learned a lot at Kenyon, not least about himself, and is having a great time doing it
Sisterhood and Service
Nia president Camille McCaul, Class of 2004, finds Kenyon "the perfect place"
Finding What You Love
From rugby to radio to science lab, Aric Whitington, Class of 2004, pursues his passions on the Hill
Catching the Gold Ring
With the aid of his professor, senior Jesse Iott publishes a poem in the Atlantic Monthly
A Wonderful Gift
Olympic swimmer Agnese Ozolina, Class of 2004, makes a splash at Kenyon
A Richer Life
Scholar-athlete Tom Giberson, Class of 2004, learns lessons on and off the football field
Making Her Mark
Prize-winning senior Jennifer Underwood starts a community service to help local teens in need
A Spin on Shakespeare
Diana Rocio del Pilar Torres, Class of 2004, wins the Ogden Prize for her reading of Titus Andronicus