Life Lessons On and Off the HillKenyon News
Raul Romero ’22 talks to Assistant Professor of Psychology Leah Dickens about community, gratitude and her Baccalaureate speech.DateCategories
My Life As A FishFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
During my time at Kenyon, I have shifted interests, careers and even my outlook on life.
Innovating Into the FutureFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
How Lydia Winkler ’13 is using technology to change property management and renting.DateCategories
Yakera: GratitudeFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
While the crisis in my homeland of Venezuela unfolded, friends at Kenyon would repeatedly ask me what they could do to help.
On Transformative InternshipsKenyon Blogs
Or, how I found myself sitting next to the head of political affairs of the Venezuelan Embassy, a former member of the World Bank, and a humanitarian aid and development economist.Date
A Summer AheadFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
In Professor Van Holde’s class, “The Expansion of International Society,” Raul Romero '22 was surprised to read that a man he had questioned in Congress was the writer and subject of two course books they had to discuss.DateCategories
See You Soon, Peirce CoffeeFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
A few weeks ago, on Ash Wednesday, I was sitting at a table on New Side, surrounded by my friends, in between midterm exams.
Writing My Own TalesFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
A Medio Camino has become an outlet for Spanish-speaking students to connect with stories from a different perspective in a time when there is a growing Latin American population both at Kenyon and in the U.S.DateCategories
Opening the LetterFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
Looking back on it, after spending a year on the Hill, coming to Kenyon was the best decision I could have made.
How Leopoldo López ’93 Inspired MeFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
Today I walk on Middle Path, sensing the steps the Venezuelan opposition leader left behind in ’93.DateCategories