Author Archives: Mia Fox

The Monday Catchup

Good morning my sweet peppers! My name is Mia Fox. Gosh I hate to do this, but I lost myself last week. I was in the KAC women’s visiting swim team locker room and I put myself in a locker. When I got back from swimming, I was gone. I believed in Kenyon community as a group of students I

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Weekend Playlist: The Holiday Season

There are three types of people on November first. 1) Those who are suffocated by 6 yards of twinkle lights, getting off to fruit cake and mistletoe. (If you are personally offended by this image the solution is simple: Chill. You scare me.) 2) Those who wait for Thanksgiving, relishing in the comfort of normalized colonialism BEFORE the capitalistic surge. (Someone figure

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The Monday Catchup

Today marks the four year anniversary of the death of devoted Kenyon staff member, Gourdzilla. Gourdzilla’s death in 2013 was unexpected. She suffered a heart attack while driving home from work. Her car swerved and met a telephone pole just off of 279. She was declared dead upon impact. When our campus was rocked by news of her death, students came out

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RONDAC: Expedition conducts research to learn more about Adirondack and their Ohio habitat

Meet Crystal! Crystal is a beautiful 2-year old Adirondack (Adirous Rondackii) from the Ohio Valley. Her hard shell is made from 11 flat Oak boards which she uses to stay completely still even in the presence of a predator. We found Crystal completely beached atop a grassy knoll on August 24th, 2015. She was on her side and hurting badly.

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