Kenyon Rolls Out New K-Cards April 1, 2014 By Olivia Lou in News Tags: K-cards, Rosse Hall 12 Comments In a bold artistic change, Kenyon’s changed the background of the new K-Card design from a green forest to Rosse Hall at sunset. Do you like the change? Sound off in the comments! Share this:FacebookTwitterTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
omg yall had my roommate and me screaming at each other
v funny, thrill. ha ha ha
This is not an April Fool’s joke, it’s 100% real. At least, not on our part — it’s the KCard our illustrious editor Olivia Grabar Sage received when she went to replace hers, so maybe Safety’s pullin’ a prank.
Absolutely awful. While I like Rosse Hall, my beautiful chapel, just as much as the next guy, it pails in comparison to the beauty of nature that surrounds us and insulates us from the sin of the outside world. Hell, it might just be the picture, but that image and design look atrocious.
Why don’t they ask an art major to design it???
Exactly what I was going to say.
who…gives a shit
But they still look 100% counterfeit — why don’t we have cards that look like real ID cards?
THE OLD ONES ARE 10000x better
bring back the cute font and the iconic pic of MIDDLE PATH GOD FUCKIN IDIOTS
the cute font was tacky, the photo was pixelated
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