Kenyon Kats (the Movie Musical) Edits

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Ever heard of T. S. Eliot? Of course you have, because you go to Kenyon College where–along with the pineapple–literature, and poetry, are main ingredients in the sweet and sour chicken. And being the big fan of T. S, Eliot that you are, the way you find your true bliss is when you reflect on his work: Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats turned into Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1981, Cats the musical, adapted into a direct-to video film in 1998, adapted into Tom Hopper’s 2019 feature film, turned into this article: Kenyon Kats Edits.

We brought you punk Kenyon, so it was only a matter of time we did something not nearly as good. Here is what some of our admins and alumni would look like if they starred in the age-old classic Kats.

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ThrillDo you love this publication? Do you love to jest? Are you looking to gain experience in the ever relevant blogging profession? Have you ever wondered where the term “blog” originates? Look no further.

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Thrill Seniors Reminisce: Pipe Cats, Mitski, Jon Hamm and Other Things

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The year was 2016, the Zika virus was afoot, Ryan Lochte lied about being robbed at gunpoint at the Rio Olympics, Kim Kardashian was actually robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and the class of 2020 settled into life at Kenyon. It may have only been around 4 years ago, but life was different and the time is ripe for us to lotion up our liver spots, pop in our orthopedic shoes, and chomp down on our dentures, as we reminisce about back in the day…

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BLOG OFF: Audet ’20 vs. Zisman ’20

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We like to stay pretty competitive here at The Thrill, and a Blog Off is one way we can definitively prove that one of us is objectively a better blogger (dare we say, a better person). So we leave it to you, the reader, to decide in a blind taste test who is really better as we square off on various topics. This time around, we have Co Editor-in-Chief, Michael Audet ’20 and Executive Editor, Jane Zisman ’20 battling it out RE: Cyberbullying vs. IRL Bullying. Who will come out victorious? Only you can decide. Continue reading