Quintessential Kenyon: Student Life, Uncut

Kate Lindsay

Class of 2015
Major  —  English, Creative Writing
Hometown  —  Lincoln University, PA

Lover of knitting, cats, and hot baths, I spent most of my childhood pretending to be British and watching and reading Harry Potter at the same time to see if I could finish reading first. Now I'm cool. 

Lorde and Ladies!

By Kate Lindsay on September 26, 2014

One of my fears about coming to Kenyon was that I would feel "imprisoned" on this hill for months at a time until I could reach civilization again. While I weirdly came to love the community that you build by isolating yourself in Wiggin Street Coffee or roaming the bookstore, getting off campus is just as common. While I've been to many-a-concert at The Horn on campus, this was my first time jetting off to Columbus to see a big name.

Day In The Life

By Kate Lindsay on September 12, 2014

I'm back on the Hill for my senior year! Things are just settling down and they're awesome. I thought I'd film a little video to show you a typical day in my schedule. Working with the Kenyon Review, going to class, drinking lots of iced coffee, meeting Beyonce, etc. Check it out!

Kenyon-Exeter: Year in Review by Kate Lindsay and Jenna Nobbs

By Kate Lindsay on June 5, 2014

So, after all these posts, are you interested? I hope I've managed to make clear how valuable a study abroad experience is--the hard part is figuring out which one is right for you. In order to present the Kenyon Exeter program as broadly as possible, Jenna Nobbs '15, another member of the program, has also contributed a piece about her experience. We share a lot of the same positive sentiments: the work, the independence, the travel. I think the differences in our experiences are valuable, and I hope you take the time to read both sides as you work towards a decision. 

Kenyon-Exeter: Spring Break

By Kate Lindsay on April 24, 2014

One of the differences in the British curriculum is something I literally just learned about: they have three terms. The extra third term is there for exams--which, as an abroad student with the classes I've chosen, I don't have. Therefore, when the second term ends, we essentially have two months of "free time." I put that in quotes, because it's possibly the busiest time of the year. This is where all the traveling goes, the group trips, the bucket list items, all scheduled around final essays. I just returned from a three-week bender in Europe, and tried to document it as best as I could. Here's a taster of what I got up to. Now it's just time to hunker down and write before jetting off to Scotland in a week. 

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