“I got a ride! It all worked out perfectly!”

“I have received many responses with advice from alumni! It makes me appreciate what an amazing, active alumni community we have!”

“I sold the sofa and loveseat very quickly...thanks to Switchboard and the Kenyon community.  Thanks!”

“The rooms have been rented. Thanks everyone!”

“Thank you Switchboard, my items sold within hours!”

“Found a good home for our houseplant. Thanks, Switchboard!”

“Kenyon grads seem to be related to editors!”

“"We hired three Kenyon students for paid summer internships... the students are getting a remarkable experience in health care - two are convinced this is the field they want and one has learned it is not.  All good outcomes and the reason students should do internships... I can only hope other parents step forward to offer internships to Kenyon students." -Joan Kwiatkowski, P'18”

“After posting the internship, I received a number of emails and responses from people interested in the opportunity, connecting with a Kenyon alum and my company in general.   The intern we selected was from Kenyon and has help us immensely this summer.  It's a good experience for students wanting get experience in different companies and I am happy to offer the opportunity.  ”

“Thanks so much to Liz Gottmer'10 for your response!”

“Having lived in NYC since a year or two after graduation, I can say that's a very convenient location!  ”

“Within two days I had four interested and qualified people who wanted to help. Great response, need solved.”

“Thank you to the many people who came out to Tractor Supply on Saturday November 5, and participated in the holiday pet photos and nail trims benefiting the dogs at the Knox County Animal Shelter! The turnout was amazing and we are thankful and humbled by the community's support and generosity! Because of your support many dogs will be helped. A big THANK YOU to Mount Vernon Tractor Supply (TSC) and their employees for hosting us, Kathy Hathaway our photographer, Tom Lepley, aka Santa, Sheila Knight, our nail trimmer and her assistant Jennifer Gartin, the Kenyon students from the Zeta Alpha Pi sorority, the many KCAS volunteers who worked the event and walked dogs at the shelter so others could work and attend the event, Carol Everett, We Lov Pets, and Fredericktown Vet Clinic for their donations towards raffle baskets. Without the help and support of these people and businesses, and all of you, this event would not be possible!”

“I felt like the sale went really well! I haven't sold anything yet but i've gotten lots of responses which is great!”

“THANK YOU to everyone who came out to visit with us, pet dogs and eat donuts! Thanks to you, our switchboard community has grown larger! ”

“I got the dulcimer and I am loving it! Thanks Erin!”

“Hi all, Thank you so much for the warm response. I'll reply to everyone individually, but I just wanted to let you know that I've successfully found a couch to crash on for a couple of days. One of my old Kenyon friends lives in Cambridge and she contacted me on Facebook yesterday to let me know. Thank you for all of your help, but I've found a couch! Ana”

“We got a response and a chance for collaboration was born! ”

“We found a snowboard! In the middle of April, someone reached out to us and offered us their snowboard. I'm sure that I got a few strange looks toting it across campus (especially considering it's longer than I am tall), but I'm beyond happy that it worked out. HUGE thanks to Professor Powers for the donation!!”

“The event was great! Over 100 people came out to do test drives and several dogs got adopted. A very successful day. Thanks to everyone who helped and came out!”

“Two great evenings with President Sean Decatur!”

“Thanks to Emily Plocki and everyone who attended!”

“I was contacted almost immediately about the bed frame....it was here in Gambier making pick up very convenient.....and it came at a very reasonable price.....free! Thank you Switchboard. ”

“Drove a student back to campus and had a great time snacking and chatting away for the four hour drive back to Hill!”