The Kenyon Review Spring 2011

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Like The Conium Review on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter Follow ConiumReview. Get E-Mail Updates Enter your email address to receive notifications whenever new stories or updates are posted. At some point, there is a waning of intention, purpose and drive, and most of that happens unconsciously. The guys now see it as an opportunity.

Those who know Steen figure he is delighting in the new season, if for no other reason than it starts differently from the 31 before it.

Timothy Shutt, a humanities professor, has been at Kenyon for 26 years. A collegiate swimmer at Yale, he is the public-address announcer at the Kenyon meets — he has not missed one since he arrived on campus, he said — and also mentioned that he has helped out in various parts of the program over the years.

Bakk agreed. He enjoys that. The Kenyon community and the non-Kenyon swimming community continue to be amazed by what Steen has done over more than three decades.

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There are Steen disciples all over college swimming. The head coach at Denison, Gregg Parini , swam under Steen as a member of the first Kenyon title team in Howell, an all-American at Kenyon, has coached the Emory women to the last two N. Division III titles.

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He now is the head coach at Davidson and said he looks to Steen and Kenyon as examples. They think outside the box. The team swims at Ohio State on Friday. From the waning days of the Carter administration to the early days of the Obama administration, tournament time for the swimmers in this hamlet unconditionally produced a swimming championship for the men.

But for the first time since , a swimming season begins without the phrase defending champion. Tell us what you think. Please upgrade your browser.

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