Quintessential Kenyon: Student Life, Uncut

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Dreams from Nogales

By Meera White on January 30, 2017

When we think about off-campus study, we don’t usually think about domestic programs. We don’t necessarily think of the important issues happening beneath our feet and around the corner.

On Voting From Abroad

By Katie Jimenez-Gray on October 27, 2016

A few weeks after I’d decided to spend my fall semester studying abroad, I realized that would mean I’d be voting absentee in my first general election. At that point, I didn’t know just how consequential this election would become.

On Making the Decision to Study Abroad

By Katie Jimenez-Gray on February 25, 2016

When I was first looking into colleges, I ignored anything having to do with studying abroad. I knew I wasn’t interested – not because I didn’t think it would be valuable, but because I thought, I’m spending so much time and energy figuring out where I should live and study for four years of my life – why spend an eighth of my time in college not even there?

I've since changed my mind.