Off Campus Study: The Flowchart

So long as you're fluent in a language, the world is your oyster. (via crzisme.deviantart.com.)

So long as you’re fluent in a language, the world is your oyster. (via crzisme.deviantart.com.)

Sophomores, it’s almost time to make a very big decision: if and where you want to study off campus. We’ve been thinking about it for a while now, but it’s time to actually figure stuff out. The decision can be a tough one, but luckily you don’t have to do it by yourself. The Thrill is here to hold your hand, helping you by providing this handy flowchart to solve all your problems:

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Don’t forget, the Kenyon OCS application will be available on November 1st, and applications are due January 23rd.

3 responses

  1. Hello from Rome! Where we re-enact Lizzie’s rollerskating scene in the Pantheon every week!
    Jon Sherman
    Professor of “Cinema” (pronounced “chin-eh-mah”

    • Sources inform me that the roller skating scene in the Pantheon was indeed cut from the film. Suffice it to say that your humble film prof read an early draft of script and we will leave it at that.

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