To want, I discovered, was the only preliminary to being in the Kenyon arts community.
As a sophomore English major considering a career in journalism, I was incredibly fortunate to spend three days shadowing Paul Singer ’88 of the New England Center for Investigative Reporting and WGBH.
Quintessential Kenyon’s foreign correspondent, Jodi Ann Wang ’20, now studying in Beijing, China, for the spring semester, reflects on her fall semester abroad in Ghana.
A Medio Camino has become an outlet for Spanish-speaking students to connect with stories from a different perspective in a time when there is a growing Latin American population both at Kenyon and in the U.S.
I had thought of college as this place where you go and take classes and work in laboratories and do other serious, academic stuff. And while all of that is true, the reality of coming to Kenyon is that you are joining a community of people who are also actively choosing to spend time atop this hill in rural Ohio.