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Kenyon Gets Sexy

co-written with Annie Blackman

Kenyon’s back in full swing, the weather is still beautiful, and something is in the air. We’re all young and stressed and hormonal. 259 more words


Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop

Hi guys,

I actually got back from the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop program a week ago, although it feels like it was ages ago. The two weeks I spent at Kenyon College are a couple of my favorite ever, and I wanted to share some of my experiences. 1,116 more words


Hearing God’s Voice on Middle Path

Middle Path runs right through the center of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. The Middle Path, or as Anglicans and Episcopalians call it, the via media… 495 more words

Episcopal Relief & Development

The 2017 general election - not all doom and gloom for minor parties

The recent general election was quickly categorised by the media as a bad one for minor parties. That was certainly the case for Ukip, which saw its vote collapse and its status decline from temporary major party back to minor. 565 more words


Does archaeology support the Bible?

The Bible is more reliable than archaeology

Old houses are being demolished in my suburb to make way for new ones. If we came back in 50 year’s time, what evidence will there be of how people lived in the old houses? 5,793 more words


Explain the Cringeworthy Title, Derek

I’ll do my best.

At the end of my Thumbs Up Day, Kenyon’s weekend for admitted students, I, along with my two high school friends Gabe and Vincent, were offered a parting gift from Kenyon’s Office of Admissions. 960 more words


Artistry in a Minnesota sunset

SUNRISE, SUNSET…so begin lyrics from a song in “Fiddler on the Roof.” I’ve always loved that musical and the song about the seasons of life. 247 more words