The panini press is a glorious asset for us Peirce-goers. But why limit it to sandwiches and cookies when you could use it to its full potential? You may have witnessed its power to wilt spinach, but you will weep when you see its ultimate power to…Foster bananas? I know it doesn’t really work like that, but work with me here. Bananas Foster is delicious and super easy for you to make in Peirce with these simple steps. Continue reading
It’s Sunday morning brunch, and you’re sitting at your table on New Side, nursing a hangover with a plate full of hash brown triangles. In between complaints about all the work you have to do this afternoon, you look over at the other table to see Jane Doe wearing your bracelet, a family heirloom that has been passed down for generations that you sort of accidentally misplaced last night whilst stumbling around your friend’s NCA in a drunken stupor. What do you do? Continue reading
Well, after experiencing my first official Kenyon Housing Lottery I can tell you one thing — it sucked. It was a long, boring, anxiety-inducing stretch of afternoon spent sitting around on uncomfortable bleachers watching my friends stress-eat large amounts of candy. I got the housing I wanted, thankfully, but I’m still a little shaken up by the entire process in general. If you didn’t get what you wanted, or have ever felt personally victimized by the Housing Lottery, then here are a few tips for treatin’ yo self.
It seems like Kenyon’s social media presence has been ramping up recently, what with Chef Meagan at the helm of a Peirce Hall online revolution and the ever-present Twitter accounts and Facebook pages for different people and organizations around campus. One realm often unexplored is Tumblr, a popular microblogging site that specializes in destroying productivity. Posts are organized and made searchable by tags, so I explored #Kenyon College and found an interesting variety of posts. Continue reading
Over the weekend, the beloved church bells were broken. We were denied our usual tolls those days. But wait! Could it mean something more? It most certainly could.
Summer is fast approaching, and nobody will shut up about internships. Yes, they are important and all that jazz, but come on. You know all you want to do is spend the summer poolside and/or on your couch watching Netflix. When your parents come asking about your progress in applying for your unpaid internship, here are some tips to rendering your application useless while still feigning interest and progress. Continue reading
One of the worst things about entering my first year of college this past fall was the feeling that there was so much I needed to know, yet very few ways to find it out that my cluttered mind could make sense of. Clearly I wasn’t the only first-year feeling anxious, because by the time we got acclimated to orientation, misinformation in the form of ridiculous rumors was spreading like wildfire. Continue reading