Musician’s Profile: Jaime Cohen ’15


Actual Piano God Jaime Cohen in action during a dress rehearsal in the Black Box.

Among the many Kenyon personalities that will make you feel less talented, one can find the very quick fingers of Jaime Cohen ’15, whom you can sometimes catch casually playing masterpieces in lower Rosse. Keep an ear open for her appearances in the next couple of semesters, including Brave Potato’s production of BARE, which goes up this weekend!

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10 o’clock list: Things You Regret Writing in Your Kenyon Application

Couldn’t have said it better myself. (via

So, because the people who will most closely relate to this article are Kenyon students, I’m going to go ahead and assume admissions thought your application was A-OK. But I’ll let you in on a secret – just because admissions ate it up doesn’t mean it was great, or even true.

It’s okay. We all have regrets. Care to commiserate? Keep reading.

  1. Your undying love for John Green, Nerdfighter status, or deep, soulful connection with Looking for Alaska. I am not, I repeat, NOT implying that there is anything wrong with John Green. But maybe, just maybe rhapsodizing over him was a little too schmoozy. Especially if, like so many freshpeople, you discovered that almost 7% of this year’s applications talked about the same thing. So much for originality, eh? Continue reading