No one comes to Kenyon as a perfect writer. Rather, Kenyon gives students the support to develop into great writers across disciplines.
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One of the best examples of Kenyon’s intellectual curiosity is our penchant for the New York Times crossword.
Curious as to just how you prepare a show in 24 hours? Here’s a snapshot of my day at this year’s festival.
In the real world, one thing affects another until it eventually comes full circle. That’s how the liberal arts curriculum teaches Kenyon students to think; learning is not about retaining information from a textbook and spitting it back out again, but rather realizing a subject’s real-life connections and applications.
It’s comforting to know that no matter what kind of day you’re having, there will always be eggs.