Kenyon Doppelgängers: Natalie Reneau ’15 and Luis Rodriguez-Rincon ’13

“LOL we look v. v. similar.” “LOL I kno.”

Gender isn’t enough to separate these two lookalikes. With their matching glasses, sandy-brown shoulder-length locks and prominent, regal jawlines, Reneau ’15 and Rodriguez-Rincon ’13 are frequently mistaken for one another in the servery. [By me, at least — I’ve definitely poked Rodriguez-Rincon in the back at the coffee station more than once thinking he was Reneau, and I know I’m not the only one.]

These tall, neutral-tone-attired twins-from-afar met up for a brief photo shoot in Peirce last night, where I peppered them with awkward statements about how alike they look and they both agreed that they “kind of see it.” Alas, Rodriguez-Rincon was running late for a Fiesta dinner, so the two only had time for a quick chat — still, I expect to see them rocking matching plaid flannels and riding a tandem bicycle around Gambier within the week.

11 responses

  1. ALL I SEE HERE IS A BEAUTIFUL, STRONG-WILLED, INDEPENDENT WOMAN AND A TYPICAL MALE CHAUVINIST. DON’T TRY AND LUMP US IN WITH THE MEN THAT DOMINATE OUR CULTURE SO PERVASIVELY! WE ARE NOT MEN, WE ARE TOO STRONG TO BE MEN. I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME ROAR!

    • People,
      People who need people,
      Are the luckiest people in the world
      We’re children, needing other children
      And yet letting a grown-up pride
      Hide all the need inside
      Acting more like children than children
      Lovers are very special people
      They’re the luckiest people in the world
      With one person one very special person
      A feeling deep in your soul
      Says you were half now you’re whole
      No more hunger and thirst
      But first be a person who needs people
      People who need people
      Are the luckiest people in the world
      With one person one very special person
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      But first be a person who needs people
      People who need people
      Are the luckiest people in the world…

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