Meet an SMA: Caroline Glaenzer ’14

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We’re picking back up on the feature wherein we spotlight an SMA on Friday to raise awareness about the resources available to victims of sexual assault. Remember, the SMAs are subordinate to the Counseling Center, so anything you tell them is kept confidential. They also have an anonymous hotline you can call if you need assistance: 740-358-1544. Stay safe this weekend, and know that there is always someone you can talk to if you need help.

Today, we’re featuring Caroline Glaenzer, a senior from Gloucester, MA. 

Cookie pie or giant cookie? 
I’ve actually never had either (whatever else you hear, being GF* sucks), but I really like the idea of a cookie pie. It seems like a wonderful kind of marriage.
 
What’s the best meal you’ve ever had (excluding cookie pie and/or giant cookie)? 
Korean food, that one time. Mac and cheese around 1:30 a.m. Chinese food in Ghana. All cheese. And all breakfast foods. This is hard–pass.
What’s the last good book you read?  
Probably A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again by David Foster Wallace or The Gift by Lewis Hyde, which I’m currently in the middle of. Both are making me think about a lot of those everyday things that I didn’t realize have both wonderful and massive cultural implications.
 
Why do you love your hometown?
Gloucester, MA has it all: the ocean, good salty people, lobster, an accent that can’t be beat, and proximity to the witch capital of the US.
 
What is your favorite place to nap on campus? 
My bed.
What movie have you watched most frequently and why?
Annie Hall because most of us need the eggs.

Why did you become an SMA?

Because in my final year at Kenyon, I wanted to give back to the community that has given so much to me, and because I wanted to help people who need it in a tangible way. The SMAs represent Kenyon at its best: students helping other students, and I’m grateful to be a part of the network.
*I never knew that gluten free had an abbreve. I like it though. 

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