Today began like any other day, by making love to a plate of eggs. I was fortunate enough to arrive at breakfast around 9:35, the end of hot breakfast and the beginning of extendo. It’s that time when the last piping hot pan of eggs gazes at me from across the servery. When you feel that kind of love you know. For those of you who enjoy the fruits that breakfast has to offer, you also know that no one shows up at 9:30 for extendo. Instead, extendo begins at precisely 10:07 with a mad rush for coffee ennemas and burnt bagels. I’ve wittnessed it. I’ve been in it. I’ve survived. This is my story.
How was your extendo?
“A mind numbing thrill ride of a time”
“I hate breakfast”
I enjoy three square meals, baby. Never disrespect breakfast like that again. Here’s something to do while you wait for breakfast tomorrow, or the next day, or the next day!
- Help Kenyon ring in the spring at our annual Bell-A-Thon. On Tuesday, March 27, tuition dollars run out and the Kenyon Fund takes over to help cover the cost of the Kenyon student experience. Broadcasting live from the bell tower!
- Your parents maybe watch this.
When: Tuesday, March 27th
Where: OLD KENYON BELL TOWER :-P
What: “Annapurna” by Sharr White
- Part of the senior thesis of Jono Bornstein ’18, Emma Dunlop ’18 and Henry Toohey ’18, this play centers around Emma and her ex-husband husband, cowboy-poet Ulysses. Hearing Ulysses’ is in dire straits, Emma tracks him down in the wilds of Colorado in a grungy trailer, working on his magnum opus, hooked to an oxygen tank, and cooking in the buff. Their reunion, charged by rage and compassion, brings back the worst and best of their former bond.
- Jono is maybe naked on stage.
When: Friday, March 30 at 8:00pm to 10:30pm
Where: McBride Field