It’s that time of year again; the leaves are changing colors, the days are getting colder, and the number of luxury cars on campus has tripled. Yup, it’s that magical time of year known as the Fall Meeting of the Board of Trustees. Back on campus to plan the future of the college and to generally celebrate their success and self-congratulate each other, the trustees will be around. Now, you might be wondering, how does one spot a trustees? What do they look like? Where they stay? Never fear, The Thrill has got you covered on what to look for. Read more…
The keynote speaker for The Kenyon Review Literary Festival, novelist Ann Patchett, author of six novels including Bel Canto, The Magician’s Assistant, and State of Wonder, speaks tonight for The Denham Sutcliffe Memorial Lecture. After a weekend of books and celebration, come along for the final event of the festival. The lecture will be followed by a book signing.
- What : An Evening with Ann Patchett
- Where : Rosse Hall
- When : 8:00 PM
I’m not convinced you exist. One time, I thought you were outside Yoga and Meditation House, but you disappeared as soon as I blinked and I’m not sure you were ever really there. Another time, I thought I saw you trundling along behind Gund Commons at around 2 A.M. on a Sunday, but I was deliriously tired and ill and maybe you were just a waking fever dream.
Gotta do your laundry tonight because you’re out of good underwear and accidentally got marker all over your sheets? Ha ha us too. Listen to some swelly swell tunes while you get your butts together for a weekend of swaying and love and also luv.
Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver
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So, as it turns out Kenyon students are pretty weird. The Thrill has decided to showcase the endearing oddities of our student body with a new features entitled “Kenyon Side Projects.” In this new feature, we will spotlight a Kenyon student with a side project that we find particularly intriguing. This time we’re pleased to feature Kip Clark ‘16 and Hector Marrero ‘15. Kip and Hector host a podcast called “Stride and Saunter” and are changing the way we converse at Kenyon College.
How did the concept for Stride and Saunter come about?
Hector: We met last year and didn’t really talk that much. But, we were interested in one another for our common energies and personalities. And then, the real way this started was I called Kip up in the middle of the summer, and we spoke for a while. We ended up calling each other a few times, just talking about life and whatever was happening with each other. Then I brought up the idea of doing a radio show, because I’ve really wanted to do a radio show. But honestly I didn’t really have time to go through the WKCO intern process. We both wanted to have some ideas or content out there.
Kip: Yeah, he approached me with the idea, and it was very interesting to me. I’ve said before in other circumstances that it was definitely not like a dream of time, but something that was brought up. After I thought about it more and more, it seemed to resonate very strongly with me, who I am, and sort of how I enjoy communicating.
Hector: Overall, it’s been very much a “Do It Yourself” type deal–which has been the most exciting part of it. Basically making a radio show from scratch, and putting it up there.