At Kenyon, we embark on Quests for Justice, we hold and invite diverse opinions, and from Middle Path we set out into the world better-prepared to do what we can for our country as thinkers and as citizens.
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How does study of the traditional liberal arts, at a price of about $60,000 per year, in a rural setting in Ohio, have any relevance to the fast-paced, technology-driven, globally connected economy?
Many of my friends back home in Atlanta always ask: Why do you so often have pictures of yourself dressed up like you walked straight out of seminary? Well, that is because I have the privilege — nay, the honor — of being Kenyon’s Chief Flag Bearer.
With all due respect to Paul Simon, if you want to ease your mind, you should wade into troubled waters, not take a bridge over them.
Before I started college, I wondered briefly if coming to Kenyon and majoring in something other than education meant that I was going to stop thinking about teaching and become fixated on a career more closely connected with the major(s) I would end up choosing. I’ve found quite the opposite to be true.