The class committee’s responsibilities are to work with the class president to coordinate class activities, promote class unity, and to raise funds for the class. The class representative to Student Council, campus senator, and those who submit a letter of intent to sit on the committee serve on its board. Please feel free to discuss issues with any of the following people. We represent you!
Erin Ciarimboli, Advisor to the Junior Class
Erin Ciarimboli, Faculty Advisor
As a member of the student affairs staff, Erin supervises the operations of the Craft Center and the Crozier Center for Women. She advises the Junior Class Committee, oversees the selection process for internal campus awards (such as the Anderson Cup, Crozier Award, and Humanitarian Award), and is happy to help students on more general issues of concern. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and The Ohio State University, Erin is beginning her fifth year of work at Kenyon. Contact Erin at x 5760 or via email, email@example.com.
Aaron Yeoh is a junior at Kenyon from Sacramento, California. He is a Molecular Biology major who is interested in a career in medicine and translational research. In addition to academics, Aaron is a brother of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity, an officer of KC-MEDS the pre-med club at Kenyon, a tour guide for Admissions, and also conducts biology research. In the past two years, he has served on Freshman Class Council and Sophomore Class Council.
Bettina Hahn-Lawson’s hometown is Painesville, Ohio and she is a Political Science major with a concentration in Women’s and Gender Studies. Outside of the classroom, she has been on both First Year Council and Sophomore Council. She is a member of Kenyon’s Women’s Swim Team competing in distance events and is a member of the Kenyon Educational Enrichment Program. Bettina is a dual citizen of Germany and the U.S. and has a strong affection for ice cream.
Casey Beane is a junior from Newport Beach, CA . She is an American Studies major, with a concentration in Law and Society. In addition to Junior Class Committee, she is also a member of the Student Lectureship Committee and belongs to Cooking Club and KAC Heads. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, running, and going to the beach.
Dana Warren is a junior from Chicago, IL. She just returned from studying abroad in Quito Ecuador. She is a global environmental international studies major. She is on the Kenyon women’s lacrosse team, has been a member of the Archon Society since her freshman year and volunteers at Wiggin Street.
August “Gus” Steigmeyer is a junior from Fort Wayne, IN who is double majoring in Biology and English with a minor in Russian. Gus is the News Editor for the Kenyon Collegian as well as a member of the Kenyon squash team and a Helpline employee. He is also a filmmaker with KFM and a new member of the Model UN team. Gus is currently working towards his recreational pilot’s license and has over ten hours of logged flight time in light aircraft.
Jack Whitacre is an English Major and Philosophy Minor from Freeport, Maine. Beyond his dedication to Student Council, he is also a co-captain of Kenyon’s Model UN, a student assistant in Kenyon’s rare book library and a devoted songwriter. After spending the last 5 years working on Maine’s waterfront, this summer he will be participating in Kenyon’s Summer Legal Scholars Program.
Luke Sullivan is from Carrollton, Texas (near Dallas) where he resides with his parents, two brothers, and two dogs. He is an economics major and is also working on fulfilling pre-med course requirements. Luke is a member of the varsity swim team, beginning work to become Young Life leader, and is excited to serve in his second year as a member of the 2012 Class Council.
Kate English (Abroad Spring ‘11)
Kate English is a junior at Kenyon from Richmond, Virginia. She is a History major concentrating in European Studies and an Art History minor. She will be studying abroad in Florence in the spring of 2011. Kate is involved in a number of extracurricular activities such as Junior Council, Archon Society, Alternative Center Tutoring, and she has also been an Upper Class Counselor for the past two years. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, hanging out with friends on the south quad and going to concerts.
Rachel Keller (Abroad Spring ‘11)
Rachel Keller is from Lawrence, Kansas. She has served on class council since freshman year. She is a Sociology and American Studies major. As president of the Archon Society, she is an active member of Greek life as well as the Knox County community. Since freshman year, she has tutored weekly at Wiggan Street Elementary School, led tours at the BFEC and played on the Ultimate Frisbee Team. She enjoys rapping with her roommate, talking to strangers and being outside.
New Members (Biographies Pending): Carly Bond, John Honey-Fitzgerald, and Meghan Quinn.