July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
Kenyon students are back on the Hill after a summer of tackling challenging internships, engaging in volunteer work and immersing themselves in unfamiliar cultures. From designing movie sets in Chicago to teaching English in Senegal, from practicing finance on Wall Street to studying sea turtles in Greece, here is a sample of students’ experiences in the arts, business, public service and sciences.
Mia Barnett ’15, set decorator, major motion picture, Paramount Pictures, Chicago
Jason Cerf ’15, contemporary music student, summer program, Berklee College of Music, Boston
Mary Defer ’14, photography intern, Ohio Magazine, Great Lakes Publishing, Cleveland
William Lowe ’14, assistant to master blacksmith, Charleston, S.C.
Sarabeth Domal ’15, art department intern, British Vogue, Conde Nast Publications, London
Virginia McBride ’15, Warshawsky Fellow, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
Andrea Odegaard ’14, volunteer, Lake County Discovery Museum, Wauconda, Ill.; living history volunteer, Battle of Gettysburg 150th anniversary, Gettysburg, Pa.; sword-fighting trainee, Chicago Swordplay Guild, Chicago
Greg Andreoli ’14, entrepreneurial intern and Veale Foundation grant recipient, urban farming project with Adrian Galbraith-Paul ’12 and Jack Goldenberg ’09, Philadelphia
Zachary Arlia ’14, credit risk department intern, GE Capital Treasury, Stamford, Conn.
Ryan Baker ’14, finance and technology intern, Bloomberg LP, New York City
Bryce Behar ’14, finance intern, Time Warner, New York City
Carlo Gagliardo ’14, public finance intern, Davenport & Company, Richmond, Va.
Jon Green ’14, analytics intern, Enroll America (campaign to obtain health coverage through the Affordable Care Act for uninsured Americans), Washington, D.C.
Nathaniel Lotze ’14, communications intern, Friends of Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown, N.Y.; baseball player, Cooperstown Hawkeyes, Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, Cooperstown, N.Y.
Meaghan McLaughlin ’15, marketing intern, Brewster Whitecaps, Cape Cod Baseball League, Cape Cod, Mass.
Yosselin Melgar ’15, business management intern, Tanner Mainstain Blatt Glynn & Johnson certified public accountants, Los Angeles
Anna Berger ’15, volunteer, Faith Action International House, Greensboro, N.C.
Carline Dultz ’15, international relations intern, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Adam Federman ’14, public affairs intern, U. S. Embassy, Panama
David Floyd ’14, wildlife and native community preservation intern, FENAMNAD (indigenous rights organization), Puerto Maldonado, Peruvian Amazon
Maria Guzman ’15, English tutor, Cleveland International Service Center, Cleveland
Tim Jurney ’15 and Madeline McGrady ’15, renewable energy promotion interns, Projects for Peace, Dominica
Kelsey Kiser ’14, preschool teacher, New Orleans
Rachel Larson ’15, middle school teacher, Breakthrough Cincinnati academic program, Cincinnati
Jenny Osman ’14, English teacher, Dakar, Senegal
Stewart Pollock ’16, intern, Clinton Foundation, New York City
Sruthi Rao ’16, intern, Office of Illinois Congressman Bill Foster, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.
Tee Tsetsendelger ’15, social action workshop leader, Ahmedabad, India
Emily Saxe ’15, day care reform intern, Department of Social Welfare, Cape Coast, Ghana
Chris Wright ’14, volunteer, Jay Nolan Camp for children with and without disabilities, Wrightwood, Calif.
Raquel Zanoni ’14, strategic initiatives intern, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati
Haley Acker ’15 and Colin McMahon ’15, sea bird research interns with Kenyon associate professor of biology Robert Mauck, Bay of Fundy, Canada
Emily Bulik-Sullivan ’16, intern, Department of Conservation, Christchurch, New Zealand
Katharina Devitofranceschi ’14, student researcher, Paracelsus Private Medical University, Salzburg, Austria
Evelyn Kallenbach ’15, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder researcher, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Laura Langner ’16, environmental design, Punta Mona eco-village, Costa Rica
Camelia Milnes ’15, student researcher, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbus
Emily Rose ’14, neuroscience researcher, Friedman Brian Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City
Nina Whittaker ’16, student researcher, ARCHELON Sea Turtle Protection Society, Peloponnese, Greece
Read more about what Kenyon students did over the summer, by visiting Quintessential Kenyon: An unedited blog about student life.