Freshmen of Denison

By Katie Jenko

They’re here… The class of 2018 has unpacked, survived the Sizzle, and smelled the distinct oilily scent of Curtis Dining Hall.  Now it’s time to meet them.

 

"I just woke up and his couch was on top of his bed.  It's his own little California Cave."  Bryan McKeown & Brice Winans
“I just woke up and his couch was on top of his bed. It’s his own little California Cave.”
Bryan McKeown & Brice Winans
"I brought a Gameboy Advanced to campus.  That shi*t is vintage Arjun Malhone
“I brought a Gameboy Advanced to campus. That shi*t is vintage.” Arjun Malhone
"This is going to get confusing." Gabriella Koussa & Gabriele Bieliauskaite
“This is going to get confusing.”
Gabriella Koussa & Gabriele Bieliauskaite
"I love all music:  rap, country, rock, bluesy-rock--you know like the Black Keys?  I even make rap songs...I just need to set up my computer." Sheldon Freeman
“I love all music: rap, country, rock, bluesy-rock–you know like the Black Keys? I even make rap songs…I just need to set up my computer.”
Sheldon Freeman
Did you know each other before becoming roommates? In unison:  "our parents went here and knew each other!" Amanda Nye (Steve Nye '86) & Sophie Lovett (ksdjal'84)
Did you know each other before becoming roommates?
In unison: “our parents went here and knew each other!”
Amanda Nye (Steve Nye ’86) & Sophie Lovett (Amy Sibert ’84)
What's the most embarrassing moment in your life? "I was riding my bike past this boy's house and telling my friend how cute he was.  He was standing outside and heard everything." Do you think you can top that in your next four years? "Oh I'm sure of it." Loris Dennis
What’s the most embarrassing moment in your life?
“I was riding my bike past this boy’s house and telling my friend how cute he was. He was standing outside and heard everything.”
Do you think you can top that in your next four years?
“Oh I’m sure of it.”
Loris Dennis
I like to dance.  I dance to all kinds of music; I even dance to nothing." Trevean Johnson
“I like to dance. I dance to all kinds of music; I even dance to nothing.”
Trevean Johnson
"My high school was only 200 people. My grade had just 50." Katie King
“My high school was only 200 people. My grade had just 50.”
Katie King

 

Photos courtesy Katie Jenko