This summer has both flown and stalled. I have moments where the hours seem to just barely pass, like water dripping from a faucet, and then other times where I’m writing the date and can’t believe it’s already August. But why am I telling you this? If there’s anyone who is more uncomfortably aware of the passing of time, it’s someone about to leave for college. Some of you might be doing Pre-Orientation, while others are arriving on August 24th like I did. Either way, the time is coming up and you have to prepare. Here I present to you your first piece of homework. Below is a list of quintessential Kenyon (Hey! That’s the name of this blog!) terms, events, and jokes that are unique to this hilltop. Study time is now--the next four years is your test.
Posted in August 2013
After spending a summer at Kenyon, I have arrived home.... for 12 days. Home is certainly a place you look forward to when at college. The cooking, the cable, and the dog are just a few of the things I enjoy when I arrive back. Breaks are essential to mental health in college, so how the heck do you get back from Kenyon. I put this undeniable picture of Josie up in order to ensure you read my blog.
WOW. She is cute.