Hello everyone and welcome to another installment of the Monday Cats Up with yours truly. Oh sorry. Catchup.
But speaking of cats, I have a personal update to share with you all before I dive into the week that has passed and the week ahead. Yes, I was ashamed to admit this at first, but I need to be as honest as I can: I like Moxie now.
I won’t go into too much detail, and I still think the Moxie obsession/Moxie culture is way out of hand. Also I still prefer dogs. But I saw Moxie sunbathing this weekend and thought, he do be kinda cute though.
Cute enough for an Atlantic Article? Well, who’s really to say. (I am, and I say no.)
Anyways, last week! It was a pretty special one. We enjoyed the heaviest snowfall that Gambier has seen this season, I broadcasted a radio show to no one for a half hour before realizing the stream was down, and I spent my Valentine’s Day with Mario Kart (which was actually lovely).
Inaug Ball was also a thing, and my comprehensive review is just the fact that it was Deb Ball 2. When I’m 40 and reminiscing on my college days, I’m certain that they will just blend into the same party.
But it’s not quite time for you or I to reminisce just yet. There is still so much college fun to be had, and some of that fun is happening in the upcoming week! Check it out:
Mesaros Visiting Artists: Lauren Was and Adam Eckstrom. Tuesday @ 11:10 a.m. in Horvitz 220
African Dispora Readings. Tuesday @ 4:10 p.m. in the Kenyon College Bookstore
“When Kenyon Had a Women’s College,” by Linda Morice, signing and reading. Tuesday @ 7:30 p.m. in Peirce Lounge
Screening of the Shallow End with Filmmaker Cynthia Silver. Wednesday @ 7:30 p.m. in Gund Gallery Community Foundation Theater
Novels v. Television: A Live Podcast Event. Thursday @ 7 p.m. in Gund Gallery Community Foundation Theater
KC Players Presents: Green Day’s American Idiot. Thursday @ 8:30 p.m., Friday @ 8:30 p.m., and Saturday @ 7 p.m. in Colburn Gallery
SRPA How To Love Open Mic. Friday @ 4 p.m. in Horn Gallery