A Letter to P.O. Box 1824Kenyon Blogs
For four years, I carried around the same key you have just received, and I have some advice for you as your predecessor.
Goodbye, EverybodyFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
I called my grandpa a few weeks ago, the day before I moved all of my belongings from my apartment in Gambier, and he suggested we have a family graduation in Kansas City, Missouri.DateCategories
Rocket Science is Not That HardKenyon Blogs
“Built for non-majors but taken by all who wish to launch rockets for credit, the point of the class was to excite us about physics.”
Mark Twang on TourKenyon Blogs
A senior neuroscience major chronicles his Kenyon-founded indie/country band’s first road tour.
Published!First Person: Student Life at Kenyon
The craziest part is that on an author line including people with doctorates, my name gets to go first because I put the most time into the project.DateCategories
Joining a Community: My Relationships With Kenyon StaffFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
I had thought of college as this place where you go and take classes and work in laboratories and do other serious, academic stuff. And while all of that is true, the reality of coming to Kenyon is that you are joining a community of people who are also actively choosing to spend time atop this hill in rural Ohio.
Unapologetically a Music LoverFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
In high school, I loved going to concerts alone at the small venues around St. Louis. It didn’t seem like I would be going to shows by myself anymore if I decided to come to Kenyon.DateCategories
The Middle Path Playlist 2.0First Person: Student Life at Kenyon
Pop, funk, country, rap, classical and folk are all represented on student Ethan Bradley's journey into our eclectic collective soundtrack.