Whether teaching in India, interning in San Francisco, volunteering in France or conducting research in New York City, Kenyon students took full advantage of their summer breaks.
Eliza Abendroth '18, a psychology major and English minor, interned with the social work team at Cabrini Green Legal Aid in Chicago.
Jacob Adams '19 interned with San Francisco-based non-profit One Degree, which helps low-income families access local resources and social services.
Abigail Armato '17, an English and drama major and anthropology minor, interned in the education department at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Gabriel Avis '17, a studio art major, interned in the development department at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, Massachusetts.
Zoe Bergman '19 taught English and math in a slum tarp school in Delhi, India, then organized a project to collect and ship 120 backpacks of school supplies to India.
Ben Berliner '17, a political science major, interned with the Sunlight Foundation in Washington, D.C., researching the influence of money in politics.
Eve Bromberg '19 interned at the New York City-based nonprofit Quill.org, which creates free online writing tools for mostly low-income students.
Emma Brown '17, a studio art major and music minor, interned at South of Market Arts and the Red Poppy Art House music venue in San Francisco, working mainly as a photographer.
Zoe Case '18, a drama and English major, completed a Kenyon Summer Scholars research project on Jewish cantorial music with research in New York City, and also interned with Columbus-based theater company CATCO.
Catherine Connell '18, an international studies major, volunteered at a refugee camp in northern France, welcoming new arrivals to the camp.
Katherine Connolly '17, an English and music major, was a residential advisor and writing and art teacher at the Explo summer program in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Eliana Crawford '17, a physics major, performed oceanographic research at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Emily Daluga '17, an English major, interned at Browne & Miller Literary Associates, a literary agency in Chicago, reading manuscripts and corresponding with writers.
Sarah Dendy '19 undertook a Flat Stanley-esque photography project involving Charles Darwin, in conjunction with Sarah McPeek '19.
Andrea Evans '19 interned at the Freer Gallery of Art and Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution’s Asian art history galleries, in Washington, D.C.
Evan Frazier '17, an economics and mathematics major, was a Citigroup summer analyst in New York City.
Guillermo Garcia '17, an international studies and sociology major, interned with the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Holstein '18, an English major and studio art minor, interned with Ba Da Bing Records in Brooklyn, New York, and wrote for a music blog, "The Wild Honey Pie."
Pilar Hoye '19, an English major, interned at the arts and culture review Cacao Europa, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and traveled to Paris to present a paper on Manic Pixie Dream Girls in Young Adult Fiction at a symposium at the Sorbonne.
Jacqueline Hsu '17, a biology major, researched the effects of sea level rise in Santa Barbara, California.
Katelyn Hutchinson '18 completed a Keystone Academy teaching fellowship in Beijing, teaching science in an English immersion program.
Natalie Kane '18, a drama and history major minoring in classics, studied abroad in Athens, Greece, and took part in a public performance based on the writings of Thucydides.
Michael Lahanas '19, a political science major, undertook a 2,100-mile road trip from Ohio to New England and back with several friends from his residence hall.
Melissa Layton '18, an English and sociology major, worked in the Knox County Prosecutor’s Victim Assistance Program and volunteered at the New Directions Domestic Abuse Shelter in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Kyla McLaughlin '17, a double major in modern languages and literatures and sociology, interned in the office of Brooklyn, New York, Borough President Eric Adams.
Lauren Melville '17, a psychology and Spanish major, worked as a research assistant in the University of Georgia's Pediatric Psychology Lab and had an article co-published in an international journal.
Elise Neidecker '19 studied French through immersion living in Paris, and explored her roots with a family tour through Belgium and the Netherlands.
Catalina Odio '18, a political science major, interned in the office of Vice President Joe Biden, working on the economic and domestic policy team.
Katilyn Perry '18, an English major minoring in art history, was an editorial intern at Nylon magazine in New York City, performing fact checking, transcription, research and more.
Tyler Raso '19 attended two Kenyon Review workshops and had poetry published in several publications, including the prestigious London Magazine.
Tayler SantaMaria '17, a biology major concentrating in environmental studies, completed a National Science Foundation internship studying water quality at the Marine Biologic Labs in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
Amy Schatz '17, an English major, interned with the internal employee communications team at Bloomberg LP in New York City.
Nathaniel Shahan '17, a political science major, interned at The Deal, a subsidiary of financial news and services website TheStreet, in New York City.
Tennessee Sundermeyer '17, an English major, was a writing intern for (614) Media Group in Columbus, Ohio.
Winnie Thaw '17, a history major with a minor in Russian, was a communications and outreach intern with the United Nations Information Center in Yangon, Myanmar.
Michael Trobich '19, a mathematics major, was a whitewater rafting guide on the Riversport Rapids artificial river in Oklahoma City.
Julia Waldow '17, an English major with a concentration in women’s and gender studies, was a production intern for CNN's "Reliable Sources" in Washington, D.C.
Jenna Wendler '17, an art history major with a minor in English, was a summer camp counselor at Camp Joe Scherman in Mountain Center, California, working with high school-age Girl Scouts to develop leadership skills.
Alexandra Wilson '19 interned with the Eurasia Foundation in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, helping write proposals for education and human rights projects.