A senior and a first-year share their experiences with matriculation, Founders' Day, and signing a book that has been passed down through every Kenyon class since 1841.
Posted in October 2016
A few weeks after I’d decided to spend my fall semester studying abroad, I realized that would mean I’d be voting absentee in my first general election. At that point, I didn’t know just how consequential this election would become.
Have you ever seen the sun’s rays sit patiently behind the fog, waiting to beam down on you?
After I unpacked my trombone, the other horn players showed me the ropes. 1. In Motown, we learn everything by ear. 2. In Motown, everyone solos.
As you’ll often find here, there is simply no escaping the people who care about you. Someone stopped me, looked at me with simple concern, and stated quite frankly: “You look sad.”