The Monday Catchup

The Monday Catchup

evree bawdy, ye

rohk ur beody yhe
hevaree buddy, yea
roc ueur bodi rite
Monday Ketchup’s bak, ahlrit

heay, yeahhh
oh mi gawd, I’m bax ageen
broders, thisters, ehvree bodee rot youer bodie rightah
gonnah brig teh flavour, sho u haow
godda cuestion 4 ew bettah anzer nawo, yeet

Am I original?
Am I the only one?
No. These are bastardized backstreet boy lyrics
Am I sexual?
Am I everything you need?
How was your weekend?

“What if your groundhog day was Sendoff? Like the film with Bill Murray. You just have Sendoff over and over.”

“Did you die from listening to the new Kendrick album?”

“I met his father. It was good”


What:  JERUSALEM by Jez Butterworth

  • Directed by Spencer Huffman, JERUSALEM tells the story of Johnny “Rooster” Byron, local waster and modern day Pied Piper. Council officials serve him an eviction notice, his son wants to go with him to the fair, Troy Whitworth wants to give him a beating, and a motley crew of mates want his ample supply of drugs, alcohol, and stories. 
  • No relation between Jez Butterworth and Mrs. Butterworth. Sorry.
  • Der wil b Chipotle ;)

When: OPENING SHOW, Saturday, April 29 at 5:30PM.

Where: Meet behind Old Kenyon


What: Annual Student Exhibition

  • Senior art majors share work across all media: painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, drawing, new and mixed media.
  • thar wheel be sushi  ;)

When: Monday, April 24 at 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Where: Gund Gallery


What: Poem In Your Pocket Day

  • The Kenyon Review will mark National Poetry Month with Kenyon College’s annual “Poem in Your Pocket Day” celebration on April 27, hiding poems all over campus and offering a chance for the KR student associates to share their poems with each other. In the evening, we will host a music and poetry performance of an original song cycle composed by musician Gregory Uhlmann and featuring poems by the KR’s poetry editor David Baker.
  • thair twill bay poems ;)

When: Thursday, April 27 at 7:00pm

Where: Horn Gallery

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