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’Twas the night before Sendoff, when all through the Hill…

April 24, 2014
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“Lindsay, tell your brother what a beautiful body he has.” (via youtube.com)

As The Thrill’s profoundly unofficial nudity correspondent, I bring you this semi-breaking report — at approximately 10:36 p.m., I encountered a flock of streakers running through the new loop of the NCAs. I have also seen several tweets and status updates alleging some students running around naked in Olin, including one possibly wearing a rubber horse mask.

Is Kenyon’s clothed (ahem) streak finally over? Your move, Wesleyan.

10 o’clock list: Members of Your Kenyon Family

April 24, 2014

Yeah… (via awkwardfamilyphotos.com)

Kenyon is our little home away from home. During these four years, we spend more time overall on campus than we do at home anyways. The people you meet and interact with on a daily basis fill the role of your family. If you think about it in general, it makes sense — we’re dysfunctional and full of angst, yet deep down, we love each other in a weird, warm-fuzzy kind of way. More specifically, many of your Kenyon peers can be assigned specific family roles based on their typical interactions with you. See if your friends fall into any of these potential categories!

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President Nugent talked up higher ed’s financial woes on NPR this morning

April 24, 2014
You may have heard the Nuge on NPR today.

You may have heard the Nuge on NPR today.

For Kenyon, the discussion on economic inequality didn’t end after CSAD. Just today former President S. Georgia Nugent went on NPR’s “Morning Edition” for a segment called “When Money Trumps Need In College Admissions.” The 7 1/2-minute interview is worth a full listen, but check out highlights after the jump.

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Super-Fun Quiz Time: What’s Yr *~*~Sendoff~*~* Persona?

April 24, 2014
Get at us, Sleighbells (via WoodstockProject.com)

Get at us, Sleigh Bells (via WoodstockProject.com)

It’s that time of year again, and I know the question that’s on all of your minds — who am I going to be this Sendoff? Well, worry no more, because the luminaries over at Buzzfeed have inspired us to put together our very own lil’ quiz to put your minds at ease before the blessed event. (Actually, if this quiz were truly Buzzfeed-inspired, it would be called “How Sendoff Are You?” and feature a deluge of Toddlers & Tiaras .gif’s/photosets of dogs wearing sunglasses and swimming in kiddie pools. Which, don’t get me wrong, is fucking hilarious. Anyway. Sendoff.)

 1. What’s your go-to Sendoff accessory of choice?

  • A — An entire 30-rack. To start with. SENDOFF 2k14 WOOOOO LEGGOOOOOOOO.
  • B — An intricately braided flower crown that I ordered off Etsy but tell everyone I hand-crafted.
  • C — My carefully curated stack of Sendoff polaroids from the last three years OH GOD WHY IS IT ALL ENDING, IT’S TOO SOON, WHY, GOD, WHY?
  • D — A case full of bottled water, a headache and a disapproving frown.
  • E — That light looks really bright. Is it pulsing? Am I pulsing? I’m gonna go touch it really quick. I may or may not be back.

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You’re Making Too Much Noise!

April 24, 2014
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Third floor Ascension water fountain

For those of you who haven’t had the chance learn the proper etiquette, I think we all need to practice our quiet water-fountain-drinking skills. Our professors’ ears are gentle! Read more…

Sendoff Bingo 2014!!!

April 24, 2014

 

This one’s for all the marbles. via wikimedia commons

From the mad geniuses who brought you Prospie Bingo comes a next level way to engage your weekend. I give you Sendoff Bingo, the game you never knew you always wished you could play ever since you were little. Keep your eyes open and your mind alert, and never stop dreaming. I believe in you, kid. You could be the best there ever was. The game board is after the jump. Make me proud. Read more…

Do it today: Eva Kor, Holocaust Survivor

April 24, 2014

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This afternoon in Peirce Lounge, come listen to  Holocaust survivor Eva Kor speak. Kors was taken to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp in 1944. A twin, Kor and her sister were guinea pigs in the genetic experiments performed by Nazi scientist Dr. Josef Mengele. Kor and her sister were freed when the Soviets liberated the camp at the end of the War. Decades later, Kor founded the organization CANDLES (Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiments Survivors). She will be speaking this afternoon at 4:30 in Peirce Lounge. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to hear her story.

  • What: Eva Kor, Holocaust Survivor
  • Where: Peirce Lounge
  • When: 4:30pm

This post was written by Gray Clark ’17.