Adam Marjai was attending the United World College in Singapore when he decided to enroll at Kenyon for its beautiful, secluded campus environment. "I lived my whole life in cities, so I needed some fresh air," he says. Adam's favorite thing about Kenyon? The tendency for the person you are thinking about to appear next to you. "At Kenyon, you don't have to call someone to hang out. You can arrange a meeting just by thinking of someone," he jokes. Adam is a video intern in the Office of Public Affairs and participates in the Russian Club and Middle East Student Association. An international studies major, he'd like to travel to Moscow after graduation to practice his Russian. And, he adds, to "eat more carrots and less French fries."