The Seneca Scene is off this week and, in preparation for the upcoming school year, we are revisiting the second-annual “Year in Review” episode with our guest Alex Kerai ’19. Alex will be discussing topics including the presidential search, the coordinate system, diversity and inclusion, student activism, and graduation. A member of the class of 2019, Alex graduated with honors in English. He is a double major in English and Media and Society, a double minor in Theater and Writing Colleagues, and is a Rhodes Scholar Finalist. He is one of the seven Druids and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. In addition, he is a member of the sailing team; president of the Phoenix Players theatre group; a videographer, photographer, and writer at the Office of Communications; a Writing Fellow; and Editor-in-Chief of the Herald newspaper, as well as the founder of The Seneca Scene podcast, and the creator, producer and host for the Career Journeys podcast with Career Services.
The team at The Seneca Scene would like to congratulate Alex on his many accomplishments as well as his hard work and dedication to making this podcast a success. After completing the Tommy the Traveler miniseries in July, Alex officially finished work relating to The Seneca Scene; he will still host and produce Career Journeys for the next few months as they release new episodes. We know that he will continue to live a life of consequence.
This episode originally aired in May 2019.
The Seneca Scene is the podcast for the Herald and is recorded each week on the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.