Quintessential Kenyon: Student Life, Uncut

Meera White

Class of 2018
Major  —  History
Hometown  —  Atlanta, Georgia

Just a Southern girl caught up in the cornfields. Slowly winding my way through overgrown grass and lazy setting suns. Getting lost in history books and always on the hunt for a good story. This semester, studying off campus at Earlham College's Border Studies Program in Tucson, Arizona.

Dreams from Nogales

By Meera White on January 30, 2017

When we think about off-campus study, we don’t usually think about domestic programs. We don’t necessarily think of the important issues happening beneath our feet and around the corner.

The Trials and Tribulations of Junior Year

By Meera White on December 19, 2016

Junior year has freed me. Taught me to do what I wanted. How to be alone and find meaning in that. How to try new things and enjoy them. Maybe I did eat alone in the dining hall a few times, but I enjoyed my solitude as much as I enjoyed all the new things I tried this year. Junior year is my time to embrace all Kenyon has to offer, and, in the process, embrace myself.

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