Quintessential Kenyon: Student Life, Uncut

Yakera: Gratitude

By Raul Romero on September 15, 2020

Memories of my homeland are certainly an inspiration to work hard and try to help those who remain in the country as much as I can. While the crisis unfolded, friends at Kenyon would repeatedly ask me what they could do to help.

A Letter for P.O. Box 1824

By Ethan Bradley on June 5, 2020

At Kenyon, everyone picks up their mail from the Gambier post office. As a graduating senior, I wanted to take a moment to pass on some advice to the next student who will get postcards, letters, absentee ballots and care packages in my old mailbox.

A Summer Ahead

By Raul Romero on June 3, 2020

In Professor Van Holde’s class, “The Expansion of International Society,”  I was surprised to read that a man I had questioned in Congress was the writer and subject of two course books we had to discuss. I recalled my experience right away, but decided to keep an open mind.

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