Quintessential Kenyon’s foreign correspondent, Jodi Ann Wang ’20, looks back on her studies abroad in Beijing, China, as she prepares to return for her senior year at Kenyon.
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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.
When I first learned about comps, I was more terrified than anything else. But looking back, the process of these senior exercises brought my fellow majors and me closer together, and helped us connect our passions in ways I never thought possible.
The seminar is the hallmark of the small liberal arts college, the pinnacle of a Kenyon education. They’ve changed the way I think, the way I argue and the way I listen.
After selecting a unique topic for their senior projects, history majors at Kenyon dive into research and present their findings through papers and presentations.