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.
Posted in Life After Kenyon
My friends teased me for meeting with the Career Development Office so frequently, but to my delight, I was able to have the last laugh when I found an internship.
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.
Former Quintessential Kenyon blogger Mia Barnett ’15 traveled to the Sundance Film Festival as part of her job with award-winning director Ondi Timoner. She shares her experience here.
Dec. 1 looms heavily on my calendar. It is the beginning of the holiday season, as well as an unofficial start to when I need to start freaking out about finals. But more importantly, it is the day that (most of) my graduate school applications are due.