At my interview to get into this school, when asked what I liked about the campus so far, my answer was “the buildings.” Maybe it’s a trivial matter or maybe I was just nervous, but you have to admit there’s nothing like walking into almost 200-year old buildings for class every day.Continue reading
Lentz is like that new kid in the class that seems really cool and clean and well ventilated, except instead it is a building.
These two buildings have been aware of their resemblance ever since Cox first started looking at settling down here in Gambier.
“I had to do a double take when I first saw Cox ’14,” says Lentz ’08. “It was like looking into a mirror.” Continue reading
First Gourdzilla, now this. It’s like the seven plagues of Egypt! There have been lady bugs all over campus today, and several have landed on me, but they seem to have chosen Lentz as their capital. With any other insect this would be terrifying, but because they’re lady bugs it’s half terrifying/half delightful. Anyway, I, for one, welcome our insect overlords.