The Monday Catchup

The original caption of this photo was “Life Hack: Put pancake batter in a ketchup bottle for a no-mess experience”, but I think I’m just gonna change it to “death hack: condiments-for-ghosts.jpg” (via Pinterest)

This week, we checked in with our “readers” (aka people at Sunday brunch who may/may not read the Thrill) about how it’s been goin’ lately. We asked them to sum up their morning, their weekend, their year so far at Kenyon in just a few quick words. Here’s what they gave us:

Feeling good! The weather’s great right now.

I’m feelin’ real P.O’d because both the butter and the cream cheese in Peirce were actually just both butter, so I literally covered my bagel sandwich in butter.

This week was cool. Well, this morning is cool. It’s really cold outside, is what I’m trying to say.

I don’t like hash brown triangles.

It’s been good, a little stressful. Last night I had a night in with my roommate, just watching movies and hanging out and stuff, so I’m feeling pretty well rested.

I hate myself sometimes. Most times. I guess. (shovels eggs benny into mouth)

Great! Here’s some other stuff you might be interested in this week:

  • Events for Take Back the Night, which is this week, will be going on all over campus. Highlights include a special film screening in Brandi Hall at 7:00 p.m. tonight, and a gala hosted in Gund Ballroom at the end of the week. Visit their Facebook page for more details.
  • Rosh Hashanah services will be hosted tonight at 7:30, and tomorrow morning at 10:00. Tuesday afternoon at 4:30, there will be a community Tashlich, happening on the Gap Trail just behind the KAC.
  • At 11:10 a.m. Tuesday in the Hill Theater, alumni Elton and Ashley James, ’04, will be hosting a talk entitled “From Kenyon to the Silver Screen” on their experiences in the film and television industries.
  • This Friday, the Knox Country Nature Photo Contest, hosted by the BFEC, will begin accepting submission. Submissions will close on October 12th, and the photos submitted will be displayed at the Harvest Festival on October 17th.
  • On Saturday, the SAO will be providing a free shuttle service down to the Ohiolina Music Festival, going from 11:00 to 10:00 p.m.

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