10 o’clock list: Red Flag Redbubble Items I Know At Least One of You Secretly Has; I Just Know It

For those of you unaware of the joys of Redbubble.com, it’s a website where independent artists can upload media and gain revenue selling various products without having to own the means to manufacture them. More specifically, it’s where all the VSCO girls in middle school got these stickers:

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How to Make Up with Your Parents After Forgetting to Call Them this Pi Day

Uh, oh. What’s that? You didn’t call your parents yesterday? Like, on March 14? Yikes, yikes, yikes. Sure Mom got over it when you didn’t call on her 50th, but not checking in with the fam on the most important mathematically inspired holiday of the year–that’s serious. After all, Pi Day is a sacred time of geometry, joy and, perhaps most importantly, togetherness. 

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10 O’Clock List: Best Places to Throw A Darty (Day Party)

Now that quiet period has been officially over for a few weeks, Kenyon students have started to come out of hibernation and initiate the latest trend in covid-safe hangouts: the darty. Darties (day parties, for those of you not up to date on the coolest new Kenyon lingo) have popped up outside of apartment complexes, like in the NCA loop, and are usually accompanied by bumping playlists and/or beer pong tables. To maximize safety during covid, darty locations should be varied, just so everyone can maintain that sweet sweet six feet apart from their fellow dartygoers. Here’s some suggestions to keep the darties pumping while keeping everyone safe:

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10 O’Clock List: Songs I Wish People Would Play On The Bells

ngl seeing the old font on this is making me emotional. I need to take a nap.

Ding dong this and ding dong that. I’ve never really heard the bells let loose. Having zero musical talent myself, these are my formal requests for songs I’d like to hear on the bells some future Friday afternoon. Music majors, wherever you are (seriously, who are you guys?) please take heed.

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