The Science of Un-Assigned Assigned Seats

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“I have to be careful—I’m picking the seat I’m going to sit in for the rest of the semester.”

“I’m up earlier than I usually am, because someone stole my seat yesterday and I’m gonna get there super early and sit in the front row and say yes, don’t take my seat again.”

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Actually Yummy Peirce Hacks: Wiggins Street Mocha

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So, most of us drink coffee. The sweet, sweet bitter drink that makes you work like something has grabbed hold of your mind and shoved it into a bucket of water and electrocuted it. Or maybe that’s just me. Anyway, being on this good Episcopalian campus, we must walk down Middle Path at least a billion times a day, and on this walk we must pass Wiggin Street Coffee.

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A Wild Ride: Domino’s Driver Turned Uber for A Night

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The Domino’s man looked lonely.

The night of PEEPs Halloween, I made my way out of Old Kenyon and through the crowd of smoke and people into the mostly empty parking lot beside the building. I was still a little bit disoriented, my ears were ringing and my glasses were still fogged a bit, and in my efforts to try and find the direction of Middle Path from the back of Old K, I saw the glow of the Domino’s sign on top of a delivery car. I went up to the pizza guy, and I made sure that he wasn’t white. If he was, I would’ve completely abandoned this idea, but he wasn’t, so I soldiered on.

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Meet a KEEPer: Ceci Rodriguez ’22

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KEEP, the Kenyon Educational Enrichment Program, is a scholarship program for underrepresented students of color and first generation college students. The program is run through the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. KEEP Scholars undergo a six-week program prior to their first year on campus, taking a analytical writing course and a data analysis course for credit going into the academic year. The program aims to build leadership skills and provide a cohort of support. In this article we feature Ceci Rodriguez, one of the KEEP Scholars. Continue reading