Where’s Josh Radnor?

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Earlier this year, we exercised your eyes by having you find Philander Chase. But really, it’s pretty unlikely that you’ll ever be in a situation where you need to find him in a crowd. Josh Radnor, however, could be lurking on campus at any time. It’s important to keep your Josh-spotting skills in tune, so practice finding the elusive Mr. Radnor in the pictures below.

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My Elementary School Journal: A Kenyon Story

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Here at The Thrill, we love taking a look back at old (dare I say, repressed) memories. And what better way than looking back at your old Elementary School Journals. Journals are an unbiased look into the past which show us how much we’ve changed- or stayed the same. Personally, I never made it more than a page or two into any of my journals as a kid (my most common entry was “I promise I’ll write more!), but some Kenyon students were much more dedicated. What were your classmates thinking about 10 years ago? Find out below the jump.

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How to Make Your Favorite Meals from Home in Peirce

Take control of your own destiny

Take control of your own destiny

Now that I’ve been back at Kenyon for a few weeks, there are some things that I’ve started to miss. No, I’m not talking about my high school friends, or my bedroom, or my family. I’m talking about something much more important: food. As soon as I get back to Kenyon after a break, I immediately start missing meals that my mom and dad make, my favorite restaurants, and products you can get in Idaho that you just can’t buy here. But who’s to say we can’t find a way to get those things here? I asked a couple students about the food they missed most, and, with a little bit of creativity, re-created them in Peirce! Continue reading

On Common Hour

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As most of you (hopefully) know, 11:10-12:00 am every Tuesday and Thursday is Common Hour. Common Hour is designed to be a time for lectures, readings, and “conflict-free academic advising time”. Many of you may laugh at the idea of Common Hour being “conflict-free”, because Common Hour is also frequently used for cancelled classes and group meetings. Continue reading

Finish Your OCS Applications!

Get your butts in gear

Get your butts in gear

Sophomores- the time to finish your OCS applications is here. I know I speak for many of us when I say that I’ve been putting this off as long as possible, but the time for procrastination is over. Electronic components of the application are due TONIGHT at 11:59 p.m, and a hard copy of the Department Approval/Advisor Confirmation form is due at the CGE office today at 12:00 p.m -that’s noon, folks. Continue reading