I love you Kenyon, and I am glad to be back. I am determined to get to know you more, if only for one second longer than last year.
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Being from Atlanta, a pretty big city, I’m not used to wild animals in my living quarters.
At the end of high school, all that my friends were worried about (besides figuring out how to best waste their summer vacation) were relationships and how to manage them going in to college. As someone who’s had plenty of experience in managing long-distance relationships, I thought I’d inject a little more hope into the situation!
A Chevy Chase, Maryland, native, Mike Jest '15 can be seen performing in Two Drink Minimum, Beyond Therapy, and Fools on the Hill—Kenyon's three comedy groups. He's a really funny dude, and I had the chance to ask him some questions.
Kenyon is not a small town. Gambier isn’t even a small town. This may come as a surprise to city or suburban parents who think they are sending their children to the quintessential New England-style school in a small town in Ohio. But Kenyon (and Gambier) are not Main Street, America, and you won’t find Homer Price’s donut-making machine in the shop on the corner with the accompanying 25-cent cup of coffee.