Kenyon students used their summer breaks to work, intern and travel, doing everything from medical research and teaching to working with a U.S. Senator and excavating ruins at an archaeological dig site.
Caroline Chang '18, an art history and studio art major, interned in New York City, focusing on Armor Museums at the Frick Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Zoe Chrissos '18, a studio art major with a minor in Chinese and English, was a creative design and services intern with Sotheby's, a fine art auction and private sales company.
Masen Colucci '19, an English and film double major, was a video production intern for New York Magazine in New York City.
Laura David '18, a dance major, participated in a professional dance training program with the Bates College Dance Festival in Maine.
Leah Dunbar '20, a music major, went on a national music tour, playing the marimba for the Spartans Drum & Bugle Corp.
Mackenna Goodrich '20, a drama major with a minor in dance, directed an interesting play for the Arizona Young Actors' Alliance in Arizona.
Jacob Gusentine '20, was a film script and development intern with Constantin Film in Los Angeles.
Stephanie Holstein '18, an English major with a minor in art history, interned at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City.
Natalie Kane '18, a drama and history double major with a minor in classics, attended an intensive directing program in Waterford, Connecticut, with the National Theater Institute.
Maya Lowenstein '18, a film and sociology double major, was a development and internship intern at BRIC in New York City.
Lucas O'Brien '18, a drama major, worked with Paul Tazewell on costume design in New York City.
Bryce Wedig '18, a philosophy and physics double major, was a contestant for the BBC1 television show, "Pitch Battle" in Oxford, U.K.
Nina Samaan '20, a drama major, worked as a camp counselor for the Indiana Repertory Theatre in Indiana.
Miles Shebar '20 was a documentary intern with Humans of New York in New York City.
Samantha Culbert '19, an English and psychology double major, worked as a marketing and events intern with Boston Magazine in Boston.
Samantha Grunder '19, a religious studies major, worked in organic farm with World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms in Ava, New York.
Gabrielle Healy '18, an English major with a concentration in public policy, worked as an innovation economy intern with WBUR, NPR's news station in Boston.
Emma Hood '19, a mathematics major with a minor in art history, participated in the University of Pennsylvania and NY Life Investors' Girls Who Invest program in Philadelphia and New York City.
Elizabeth Iduma '20 trained to become a yoga teacher in Boca Raton, Florida.
Colton Orr '18, a history major, worked for a wine magazine and wine shop as well as a tech-vinyl startup with a Kenyon alumnus in New York City.
Hannah Bryan '19, an economics major, worked as a refugee resettlement intern.
Heath Carmichael '18, a molecular biology major, was a health administrative intern at an eldercare non-profit organization in Providence, Rhode Island.
Juliana Delsante '20, a classics major, built homes with Project Mexico in Tijuana.
Nate Gordon '20, worked as a state legislative intern for Solomon Goldstein-Rose in Boston.
Jessica Gorovitz '19, an economics major, was a scheduling intern for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in Washington, D.C.
Lauren Wheeler '18, an international studies major, interviewed women about dating, marriage and law in Morocco.
Emily Wirt '20, a music major, went on a mission trip with the United Methodist Church in Laos.
Britny Patterson '19, a political science major, worked as a city hall intern.
Sydney Telaak '19, a psychology major, spent a summer doing various types of volunteer work in New York City.
Catherine Horwitz '20, a philosophy major, was a food non-profit intern at the Southside Community Land Trust in Providence, Rhode Island.
Quinn Adam '20 taught French at the Concordia Language Villages in Bermidji, Minnesota.
Zoe Case '18, an English major, was a Breakthrough Collaborative middle school teacher in New Hampshire.
Madeleine Manly '18, an anthropology major, did classwork and attended conferences at the Linguistics Society Summer Institute in Lexington, Kentucky.
Carly McDonald '20 was a Breakthrough Collaborative high school fellow in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Jasmine Wilson '19, an American studies major, worked with the Breakthrough Collaborative in Atlanta, Georgia.
Amanda Coyle '18, an international studies major with a minor in anthropology and a concentration in environmental studies, worked in animal care, feeding big cats at the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa.
Grace Gavazzi '20 worked with ZooAmerica in Hershey, PA, focusing on animal care and education.
Teahelahn Keithrafferty '19, an American studies major, was a Community Programs Intern at the Urban Ecology Center in Milwaukee.
Jessica Kotnour '19, a biology major, worked on baby animal intake at a wildlife rehabilitation center.
Cooper Roark '19, an economics major, was an intern at the American Wind Energy Association.
Jodi Ann Wang '20 taught rugby in Ghana and Beijing.
Joshua Yuen-Schat '18, an international studies major with a concentration in environmental studies, attended an environmental studies summer program at Middlebury College in Middletown, Vermont.
Kaylin Allshouse '19, a studio art and film double major with a minor in music, was a Science Museum Intern in Columbus.
Diana Andrade '19, a biology major, participated in the National Science Foundation REU program at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Seth Colbert-Pollack '19, a mathematics major, participated in the National Science Foundation REU program at California State University in Camarillo, California.
Malik Ahmed Khan '19, a mathematics major, worked in information and technology services in Library and Information Services at Kenyon College.
Bryce Nicholls '18, a biochemistry major, conducted biophysics research with the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Samantha Palicz '18, a neuroscience major, was a hospital intern at the Medstar National Rehab Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Mary Sawyer '18, a neuroscience major with a minor in studio art, conducted cardiac research at the Maine Medical Center.
India Kotis '20 worked with the University of Alabama, excavating ruins in Peru.
In addition, more than 70 students remained on campus conducting research.