You might have seen the horror movie A Quiet Place, the one where if you make a sound, monsters can hear you and hunt you down. Well if you haven’t, there’s no need to; you’re already living it. Between the Prison Visitor Center (Aka Peirce) and your socially distanced, masked, blindfolded, and outdoor history lecture, Quiet Period can feel like a horror movie. Here are a few ways to pass the time.Continue reading
Hello, dear Thrill readers. It is your editor in chiefs, Reilly and Ellie. You might have noticed that we haven’t vacated this office as is traditional, and we noticed that too. We are in fact here to stay, here to play, here to have some fun in the sun from our New Apt and our “large property full of deers” (Ellie’s description of her home). We hope you’re setting into your first week nicely and enjoyed the meatloaf for dinner tonight (whether your mom made it or you had it from Peirce).Continue reading
In the midst of another “quiet period,” our thrill staff has some thoughts on the personal experience of getting tested for COVID-19. It might feel good, it might feel bad. It might feel wrong, it might feel kinda right? but it will certainly feel like something.Continue reading
Calling all funny people!! How funny are you actually? Can you really be funny if you proclaim yourself as such? Now’s your chance to find out! Whether your on campus or not, apply to write for the Thrill and let the readers of Kenyon College’s finest news source decide your comedic fate once and for all.Continue reading
Starting school felt different this year. There was no lining up early for the JCPenny back-to-school sale. Because JCPenny went bankrupt. That was the only difference.
Here’s how we fared!Continue reading