Trees that Are Too Stupid to Realize that It Isn’t Fall Yet

Trees that Are Too Stupid to Realize that It Isn’t Fall Yet

If my memory serves me correctly, September started just one short week ago. Which means that there’s about two weeks before the Equinox. Which means, of course, that it is not technically Fall. Still, some of the trees on campus insist that it is Fall and that they should go ahead and change the colors of their leaves.

Nuh-uh, buddy. Not so fast. I’m here to shame you into staying green for a little while longer.

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Peirce Cups and Privilege

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via “Peirce Cupp” on Facebook

Let’s talk about cups. Or bowls. Or whatever the fuck else is missing from our dining hall.

I’ve been at Kenyon for a little over two years now. And every year at around the same time, we see fewer and fewer plastic cups available for use and more and more paper cups in their place. At some point the plastic cups seemingly disappear altogether, available only to a select few who happen to be in the servery at the right time. Then, someone sends some email about how the cups are missing and how they’ll pick up the cups you took if you just leave them outside of the door. We see a slight resurgence in plastic cups only to see their numbers fall again in a few short months. Rinse and repeat. Continue reading

Meet a DA: Joey Chimes ’19

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The Thrill spotlights a Discrimination Advisor regularly to raise awareness about the resources available to students on campus in relation to issues of discrimination.  They have weekly Office Hours they announce via email and can also be reached at any time using this form. Stay safe this weekend, and know that there is always someone you can talk to if you need help. Today, we’re featuring Joey Chimes ’19.
If you could eat one food for the rest of your life, what would you eat?
Oh man, that’s a tricky question. It’s a toss up between sushi and corn muffins. But since those foods don’t really go together I think I’d alternate: corn muffins for breakfast, sushi for lunch and/or dinner. I’d die at a young age due to malnutrition, but it’d be worth it.

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