Although a lot of people talk about a sophomore slump, I was more excited and confident about beginning classes again. Yes, classes can be stressful, but at Kenyon the effort always seems to pay off.
We went on tour to make connections and get our music outside of the indie-loving Kenyon music scene, and in that regard our venture was a huge success. Even more exciting is watching our number of Spotify listeners go up with every show we play.
Something I didn’t know about Kenyon before getting here is how stylish the student body is. For the most part, you won’t catch a Kenyon student in Peirce, or anywhere, in their pajamas, or even in sweatpants.
At Kenyon, I began to question more than argue, to reflect on my motivations, to focus on what words like happiness, virtue and friendship mean and how they’re inseparable from each other.
There’s something unique about the Kenyon family: you may not have overlapped during your time on the Hill, but the strong attachment a fellow student or alumnus has to the campus and to each other is a force to be reckoned with, a bond inseparable.