ALL IN A DAY
Photographers document 24 uninterrupted hours of life on the Hill to tell the story of one Kenyon day.
It is still dark when the lights at McBride Field flash on at 6 a.m., illuminating a formation of 60 football players lined up for conditioning drills.
Breath rises from the facemask of offensive lineman Parker Subia ’19 of Whittier, California, in the chilly fall air.
The sun peeks over the farmland bordering the eastern edge of campus.
Just after sunrise, Juliet Levy ’18 of Englewood, Colorado, visits with a friend during breakfast.
Members of the softball team grab an early-morning coffee with Coach Erin O’Neill.
Professor of Dance Julie Brodie and her daughter, Evi, sip on coffee and hot chocolate from the bookstore on their way to Wiggin Street Elementary.
Professor of Art Karen Snouffer shows A.J. Reid ’19 of Miami Beach, Florida, a technique called sighting during a drawing class in Horvitz Hall.
The dismissal of classes releases steady surges of energy into the heart of campus as students travel to their varied destinations.
Peter Orlos ’18 of Cancun, Mexico, leans against the poster-plastered pillars in front of the Gambier Deli.
Students take over a prime table at the bookstore in preparation for the day’s classes.
Tess Clark ’16 of Ann Arbor, Michigan, warms up at the bar during ballet class.
A model of a skeleton in Palme House gives anthropology students hands-on insight into human development.
Before lunch, students flip through a bin of records at The Barn Owl, a popular stop along Middle Path run by local vendors.
Juvi Rivera ’19 of Staten Island, New York, browses a colorful assortment of vintage clothes sold by The Barn Owl.
Students focus on a lesson in Professor of Mathematics Judy Holdener’s Calculus III class.
Anna Zinanti ’19 of Denver, Colorado, and Brent Matheny ’19 of Palatka, Florida, meet in front of Peirce Hall before lunch.
Rochelle Arck hurries to feed the lunch crowd at the international food station in the servery.
Kanchi Desai ’18 of Mumbai, India, catches up with friends during lunch in Peirce’s Great Hall.
After lunch, friends make room for Erica Rabito ’19 of Woburn, Massachusetts, on a bench along Middle Path.
Isabel Landers ’18 of Princeton, New Jersey, browses the shelves at the bookstore.
Emily Tanji ’16 of Yachiyo, Japan, finds a quiet reading spot in the bookstore.
Erica Christie ’19 from Overland Park, Kansas, opens up a surprise package from her grandmother.
A student-painted mural brightens up the scene at Wiggin Street Coffee.
Richard Dennis ’17 of Cincinnati measures the diameter of a tree during an ecology lab.
Drew Kerkhoff, associate professor of biology, points to the top of the tree canopy in his ecology lab.
Nahla al-Hurabi, visiting assistant professor of Arabic, teaches Advanced Arabic in Ascension Hall.
Pankti Dalal ’17 of Southampton, Massachusetts, practices choreography in a modern dance class.
Emma Garschagen ’19 of Millbrook, New York, keeps watch over the Gund Gallery exhibit floor. She is one of 36 students who work as associates at the gallery.
Associate Professor of English Jene Schoenfeld receives an office visit from daughter Lily and pug Heppy.
Amy Schatz ’17 of West Hartford, Connecticut, checks her phone in her Manning residence hall before dinner.
A goat greets Kenyon Farm residents Steven Ring ’17 and Nick Leibowitz ’18, both from California, as they make their afternoon feeding rounds.
Kenyon Farm resident Claire HarnEnz ’17 of Madison, Wisconsin, feeds the chickens, whose eggs later will be sold and served on campus.
The KAC doubles as a study lounge for students working between practices.
Members of the swimming and diving team fill the lanes of the pool during afternoon practice.
Brandon Roman ’16 of Easton, Pennsylvania, flips backward off the diving board during practice.
The classical female a cappella group, Colla Voce, rehearses in Brandi Recital Hall.
Josh Lee ’17 (right) of Mercer Island, Washington, bonds with a prospective soccer player after a victory over Oberlin.
Members of the soccer team celebrate a home victory.
Sarah Speroff ’18 of Euclid, Ohio, guards the goal from Maddie Breschi ’16 of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, during field hockey practice.
Field hockey players gather after practice for their traditional team cheer.
Rioghnach Robinson '16 of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Lauren Melville '17 of Atlanta share a crossword puzzle during dinner in Peirce.
Equipped with coffee and Ramen noodles, Sophia De Pascuale ’16 of Gambier, Ohio, fuels up for the evening ahead.
An Adirondack chair serves as a tranquil studying spot on a warm fall evening for Isabelle Brauer ’16 of Petaluma, California.
Patricia Koskei ’19 of Kikuyu, Kenya, pedals down Middle Path as leaves start bursting into color.
Students vie to catch a Frisbee on the lawn of Peirce Hall.
Returning to campus, Frances Sutton '13 and a friend stop by Sunset Point before a Horn Gallery show.
Peirce tower provides a panoramic view of campus as the sun sets behind Rosse Hall.
Ruby Koch-Fienberg ’17 of New York City bikes across Wiggin Street at sunset.
Lucas O’Brien ’18 of Lexington, Massachusetts, helps Anna Yukevich ’16 of Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, get ready to go on stage for the final dress rehearsal of the play “Moonchildren.”
Cast members of “Moonchildren” warm up with freestyle raps the night before the opening show.
Ballroom dancers Richard Dennis ’17 and Rachel Schafer ’18 of Cincinnati practice in the KAC.
Members of the basketball team join classmates for a pick-up game at the KAC.
Lanterns illuminate the far southern end of Middle Path as Old Kenyon residents head to their next destination.
Pashmina Murthy, assistant professor of English, leads a night seminar for senior honors students.
Collegian managing editor Emily Sakamoto ’16 of North Oaks, Minnesota, reviews an article with chief copy editor Eileen Cartter ’16 of West Hartford, Connecticut, before deadline.
Moira Fett ’17 of New York City spins records in her Old Kenyon room with visiting friends.
Friends gather to play “The Pretty Darn Quick Word Game” in an Old Kenyon residence hall.
Told Slant, a bedroom punk band from New York City, plays to a packed room at the Horn Gallery.
Members of Brave Potato Productions, a student theater group, rehearse for “Heathers: The Musical.”
Bradley Raynor ’16 of Rockville, Maryland, and Kanthaphon Amornat ’16 of Bangkok, Thailand, study in the living space of their North Campus Apartment.
Students join members of the Queer Women’s Collective in Weaver Cottage to make ’zines.
Outside the library, students find quiet places to study, like the glass-encased lobby of Gund Gallery.
The Kokosingers fill Rosse Hall with contemporary a cappella music during a late-night rehearsal.
Yoobin Han '18 of Cerritos, California, Katherine King '17 of Wilder, Kentucky, and Jasmine Manuel '17 of Chicago study in the lounge of Manning Hall.
Gabi Healy ’18 of Fairhaven, Massachusetts, produces her WKCO radio show, “Grunge Pumpkin.”
Students share a laugh and a drink at the Gambier Grill.
Ellie Holmgren ’18 of Meadville, Pennsylvania, and Ryan Muzzio ’18 of Bethesda, Maryland, study for a physics exam in Hayes Hall.
Hanning Wong ’16 of Minneapolis and Matt Carney ’18 of Wilton, Connecticut, hit the blackboard to work on a physics problem set.
Physics majors Will Kyle ’17 of Nyack, New York, and John Lyons ’17 of Wheaton, Illinois, work on an electronics lab project into the early morning hours.
Ar’Reon Watson ’18 of St. Louis studies with Alma Urbano-Torres ’18 of Denver and Ronnie Zhu ’18 of Shanghai, China, at Olin Library before close.
A student sneaks in a nap on a couch at Olin Library.
Olin Library’s closing sends late-night studiers back out onto campus.
Friends Cooper Halpern ’18 and Maddie Schiff ’18, both from Los Angeles, catch up during an early morning walk back to their residence halls.
Sara Rahimi ’16 of Mamaroneck, New York, stays up late working on materials for her printmaking class in Horvitz Hall.
Brianne Presley ’16 of Mount Vernon, Ohio, takes advantage of the quiet studio space to concentrate on her artwork.
Strings of white lights brighten downtown Gambier throughout the night.
The angel sculptures in front of Rosse Hall dance underneath the clear night sky.
Stars shine above the tower of Peirce Hall before sunrise.
In Peirce servery, Libby Morrison sets the first pot of coffee on to brew in preparation for the day.