On Sunday, April 7th I found myself caught halfway between the Library and my home in the Morgan Apartments. Standing amidst the grass of Ransom Lawn I became engrossed in the beauty of the night and decided to record my experiences when I returned home.
These words, albeit improved and edited, are what the muse spoke through me.
Being in a bad mood in college is hard because most of the things that would usually cheer you up, like your dogs and your full kitchen, are hundreds of miles away at home. On Saturday night, I was in a bad mood, and it was hard.
So, you’re an accepted-and-decided Kenyon student. Congratulations! Once you’ve gotten past the thrill of that thumbs-up on the outside of your envelope, you realize that the inside is actually stuffed with paperwork and there’s STILL more college stuff to do. One form that may be troubling you is the housing survey--where, exactly, will you call home next year? We’re here to break down your five residence options with real student input and the most recent pictures. Just remember, most people get their first option, and no matter where you end up, you’ll have a great time!
He has great taste in books. He likes the BFEC a lot. He offers groundbreaking advice for future Kenyon students everywhere. And that's just the beginning! Read on for more exciting revelations during my Photo Booth-filmed, no holds barred interview with senior QK blogger James Dennin.
The biggest mistake I made my freshman year was signing up for all the interesting classes.