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
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
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
Let’s face it: some aspects of Kenyon life are pretty terrifying. So when I saw that the next season of American Horror Story is speculated be focused around a circus, I thought to myself “A circus? That’s weak. I can think of like 12 things that I have to deal with daily that are way more horrifying than a circus.” As Kenyon students, we have to face situations which are much scarier than anything that’s ever happened on American Horror Story. Here are some proposals for upcoming seasons of the show.
Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and the schedule has been adjusted to allow everyone to go to the programming. Click the jump to see the MLK day programming and the adjusted class schedule.
I became aware of Andrea Odegaard ’14 (right) and Madeleine Bradford ’17 (left) doppelgänger status the first week of class this year. I saw a long blond braid from behind on Middle Path and ran to catch up with “Andrea”, only noticing at the last second that it wasn’t actually her.
Do you want a delicious frozen beverage that’s refreshing and gives you the caffeine kick that you need, but you don’t want to hurt your wallet with a drink from Wiggin Street? Well there’s an answer to your problem, and it can be easily made in Peirce. A coffee milkshake is quick and easy to make, available every day, delicious at any meal, and just a little more kid friendly than this. Continue reading