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 â19 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 â18 of Englewood, Colorado, visits with a friend during breakfast.
Members of the softball team grab an early-morning coffee with Coach Erin OâNeill.
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 â19 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 â18 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 dayâs classes.
Tess Clark â16 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 â19 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 Holdenerâs Calculus III class.
Anna Zinanti â19 of Denver, Colorado, and Brent Matheny â19 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 â18 of Mumbai, India, catches up with friends during lunch in Peirceâs Great Hall.
After lunch, friends make room for Erica Rabito â19 of Woburn, Massachusetts, on a bench along Middle Path.
Isabel Landers â18 of Princeton, New Jersey, browses the shelves at the bookstore.
Emily Tanji â16 of Yachiyo, Japan, finds a quiet reading spot in the bookstore.
Erica Christie â19 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 â17 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.