Many of my friends back home in Atlanta always ask: Why do you so often have pictures of yourself dressed up like you walked straight out of seminary? Well, that is because I have the privilege — nay, the honor — of being Kenyon’s Chief Flag Bearer.
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With all due respect to Paul Simon, if you want to ease your mind, you should wade into troubled waters, not take a bridge over them.
Before I started college, I wondered briefly if coming to Kenyon and majoring in something other than education meant that I was going to stop thinking about teaching and become fixated on a career more closely connected with the major(s) I would end up choosing. I’ve found quite the opposite to be true.
Even though this list is not exhaustive, here are a few of the most important support services available to Kenyon students.
Change isn’t necessarily a dirty word. Here are some observations on the haves (have changed) and the have nots between the time we hung around Gambier as students in the 1980s and the day we drove our daughter, a Kenyon student, up the Hill.