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Posted in October 2015
A few weeks ago, it was Family Weekend. Between writing the first chapter of my comps and all of my other stuff, I had one blissful weekend of relaxation with good food, shopping and, best of all: hugs. Seeing my parents is always a treat, and I thought that I would share their insight into Kenyon with all of you!
My first experience with the recording studio came in the beginning of my sophomore year. We had woken up early (10 a.m.) on a Saturday and made our way down into the basement of Farr Hall to the WKCO recording studio. None of us knew what we were doing. The results were predictably bad. This year, we figured it was time to do it right.
As the sophomore class begins to make decisions about off-campus study, I can’t help myself from weighing in with my thoughts. After two months in St. Petersburg, I have learned a good bit about the abroad experience. Here's my advice.
Now that I’m a sophomore at Kenyon, I can’t image myself studying anywhere else. Looking back on my high school years, I’m glad I put in so much time and effort exploring my college options to find the one that best fit my needs.