It can be easy to look at beautiful websites and students beaming in college brochures’ glossy photographs and expect that that flawless, cheery person will always be you. It won’t. This isn’t because there’s something wrong with Kenyon. It’s because no matter how much you connect with an environment, you can’t escape the reality: Life brings both highs and lows.
Posted in January 2016
This past Wednesday, my advisor, Professor Natalia Olshanskaya, passed away. Professor meant so much to the Russian department, to the Kenyon community and to me.