Blogs on Blogs on Blogs: Volume III

Now that rush season is over, Kenyon can breathe a collective sigh of relief and welcome back our beloved party scene. But if you happen to find yourself by a computer, whether for recreation or procrastination, why not check out some blogs? As always, I’m here as your liaison to the Kenyon blogosphere, and I’ve got two awesome bloggers for you to check out after the jump!

As always, a warning: I don’t anticipate much NSFW content on any of these blogs, but it is a possibility, so don’t click if you’re somewhere you shouldn’t be viewing stuff like that. Murphy’s Law states that your crush from your 9:40 will be sitting behind you in the library precisely when you open up something inappropriate on the internet and THEY WILL TOTALLY JUDGE YOU.

As you may know, Tumblr is a blog platform which not only allows users to post original content, but also provides the ability to easily “reblog” posts they enjoy. Both Jamal Jordan ‘12 and Charlotte Woolf ‘12 have blogs that act as visual representations of their inspirations. Charlotte’s blog is here, and Jamal’s is here (below are some images he posted recently). Check them out!

In addition, Charlotte also has a personal Tumblr, which she describes as “a collection of the most aesthetically pleasing photos in my life – a portfolio and a scrapbook.” You can find her photography here!

I hope you’ve enjoyed, and don’t forget: if you or any of your friends have blogs you’d like us to feature, whether they be on Tumblr, WordPress, Twitter, et cetera, let us know in the comments below! We’d love to stalk them, and let the entire Thrill-perusing community stalk them too. As always, I’ll be posting photos here, music here, and tweeting away here.

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