The Health Center is providing free STD testing today from 3pm to 5pm and you should DO IT TODAY. Grab an after school snack and a friend or two and get tested!Continue reading
Kenyon Acapella: replacing Kenyon Greek Life since 1824. Although you might think you can never get enough of someone singing some doo-wop-y ballad on a Saturday night, making you feel ready to truly risk it all, not everyone would agree. Here’s a list of the acapella groups that just didn’t make the cut:
We’re officially in the year 2020. Wild, right? I thought I’d use this time to wax nostalgic on the past decade. All in all, I think most of us remember it pretty well. Barack Obama, Toy Story 3, and Twitter. I think those were the important parts. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, I’d like to remind everyone of what the decade will truly be remembered for: stupid internet challenges. I want each and every one of you to remember that you were a dumbass at one point. I won’t let you forget it. Continue reading
I walked by Danny Devito and I think my shoes ruined his day.
This is an open apology letter.
I’m sorry Danny.Continue reading
Come find out exactly where it’s at as Colleen and Michael play a high-stakes game of The Floor is Lava.
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.Continue reading
Welcome back, clowns! We’ve somehow made it through the first couple of days after break—I’m still blaming all of the chaos on the loss of our fourth week—and now it’s time to slog through winter and hope for another polar vortex. Plenty of things on campus are different but one thing will never change: The Thrill is always listening. We heard you with our sweet baby ears and know what you did last night. It’s Overheard!