As the weekend of Sendoff 2017 fades into the distant, boozy past, it’s important to reflect on all that went down. It rained like nobody’s business, Brasstracks told us that they were from New York City close to eleven times, and by 8:30 pm, everyone was scrambling for their next destination. We indulged in a sweet spread provided by AVI, and Kenyon studentsRead more
Sendoff is today and first years are abuzz with anticipation. We’ve graduated from our first stage of uncertainty, (click here) and now that we know what sendoff is, we have expectations. I think it’ll be a lot like the bands that play in Peirce sometimes, but everyone will be drunk and it’ll probably rain. -Sarah Hoffmann I have zero toRead more
Sendoff! Tomorrow! Earl Sweatshirt is coming to town, and while we’re all ready to Get Down to Some Sick Beats and Rhymes, everyone knows his lyrics can get pretty sad. But don’t worry, Kenyon. In moments of musically evoked emotional vulnerability, you can get productive. Instead of tearing up when Earl spits fire about missing his grandmother, keep that game face on,Read more
10 o’clock List: Suggestions of audio to have “accidentally” playing on your computer when you open it on third floor Olin.
Third floor Olin is a great place to hit the books. It’s warm, bright, and bone-chillingly silent. O’ the silence. While absolutely key to a focused study-sesh, the outer-space like absence of noise can be intimidating. So, naturally, one of the biggest and most universal fears at Kenyon is the possibility of accidentally blasting something on high volume from aRead more
Next month, it will have been a year. In early March of my senior year of high school, winter was shedding its layers and readying itself to welcome spring. But, before it bid the town of Montclair, New Jersey goodbye, winter offered us one last shot at a snow day. Word of the upcoming weather spread quickly. Two days awayRead more
Sam Burke ’20 and Lucas Kreuzer ’20. Two young men, two different birthdays, two different hometowns, one shared face. Yesterday, I sat down with Sam and Lucas, doppelgängers and friends who found each other at the start of the school year. We discussed their origin story and what they do and don’t have in common.Read more
Yesterday, via Facebook, Peirce announced a special menu item. Goat tacos. Initial reactions were mixed, and Middle Path buzzed with confusion, horror, excitement, and hunger. While students’ stances varied on the ethics and appeal of the tacos, curiosity consumed all. Today, I put aside my hesitation, tried the goat tacos, and between bites, got insight on the opinions of my peers.Read more