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Posted 21 November 2015 - 05:34 PM


Caleb Mitchell

20. Sophomore. Graham Rogers.


> April 23rd

major of study

> Business Management/Communications


> Darien, Connecticut, USA


> Kappa Zeta Epsilon member

Caleb Elias Mitchell grew up very privileged but while his brother shone on the television screen and on magazine pages (a life that was wasn’t for him, thank you very much), Caleb chose a different path. He wanted to see the world, explore, learn a little about what life was like outside of nannies and agents. He got his chance after high school, spending a year travelling through Europe sometimes slumming it and sometimes using his parents money the way most expected a kid his age would. It gave him a broader perspective, a bit of maturity, and he’s grateful for it. In no way is this change more apparent than when he interacts with his brother, David. While arrogant at times (he’ll claim confidence before anything, though), he is nowhere near as bad as his brother. The sarcasm is strong in this one but so is the heart, he’s a good friend who is always willing to go to bat for his friends and acquaintances alike.


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