BREAKING: Josh Radnor ’96 Revels in the “Good Ol’ Days,” Passes it Off as Congratulatory Video

The end game of Radnor's education in the finer aspects of dramatics was always going to be spirit fingers. (via YouTube)

The end game of Radnor’s education in the finer aspects of dramatics was always going to be spirit fingers. (via YouTube)

Hey! You! Stop watching that video compilation of X Factor audition fails! Put down that jumbo sized box of Cheez-Its! JOSH RADNOR HAS ACKNOWLEDGED US YET AGAIN!

Yes, the star of screen and bigger screen has joined forces with the official Kenyon College YouTube channel in order to “congratulate” “recently accepted students” on “being admitted” to our “wonderful institution.” In it, he describes his diploma’s newfound importance, his illustrious television career and some movie that was apparently filmed on campus. (I get it, Mr. Radnor. I’m stuck eating Oreo crumbs off of my unwashed duvet cover while you’re conquering the world. Wasn’t this video supposed to be congratulatory?? Also, sorry about that Valentine’s Day card I made.)

In all seriousness, Radnor does offer a few tidbits of Kenyonesque wisdom that bring even the most bitter, comps-hating seniors back to their first magical moments on the hill. “Check out the college,” Radnor advises. “If it tugs at your heartstrings like it did mine, maybe take a chance. Say yes.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself.

To check out Radnor’s soon-to-be-viral video, click right here.

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  1. Pingback: We Downloaded Average Photos of Famous Kenyon Alumni. What Happened Next Will Astound You. | The Thrill

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