Kenyon Doppelgangers: A Tale of Two Cranes

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Get ready, because we’re back again with the next long-awaited edition of Kenyon Doppelgangers, the classic Thrill feature where we profile two students with uncanny similarities for your viewing pleasure. I’m sure you’ve all seen our first student, Krane, ’22, hanging around Rosse and sometimes swinging by the Gund Gallery, but our second subject is a bit of a mystery.

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Kenyon Doppelgängers: Lucas Kreuzer ’20, and Sam Burke ’20

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Sam Burke ’20 and Lucas Kreuzer ’20. Two young men, two different birthdays, two different hometowns, one shared face. Yesterday, I sat down with Sam and Lucas, doppelgängers and friends who found each other at the start of the school year. We discussed their origin story and what they do and don’t have in common. Continue reading

Kenyon Doppelgängers: Paige Ballard ‘18 and Stephanie Penix ‘16

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Penix ’16 (left) and Ballard ’18 (right).

Though they’re both Ohio natives, doppelgängers Paige Ballard ‘18 and Stephanie Penix ‘16 are about as different as they could possibly be. Ballard is a psychology and film double major who spends her time writing for Her Campus Kenyon and participating in both Kenyon Filmmakers and the Psych Club. Penix, on the other hand, studies molecular biology, participates in the STEM mentoring program and is an active member of BE:, a CCO ministry here at Kenyon. Though the duo aren’t close, they share a creative, energetic spirit. Continue reading

Kenyon Doppelgangers: Sean Deryck ’18 and Charlie Woolsey ’19

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Charlie Woolsey ’19 and Sean Deryck ’18

By popular demand, the Thrill proudly presents a long-awaited edition of Kenyon Doppelgangers. Kenyon is known for bringing together similarly minded people, but it also brings together similarly faced people- scary similar in the case of Sean Deryck ’18 and Charlie Woolsey ’19. I approached Sean in Peirce and mistakenly called him Charlie right away. He graciously corrected me, saying this happens a lot. When Charlie appeared at his side, I immediately understood why.

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