The 2021 Summer Sendoff Artist Will Be Six Chamber Singers In A Trench Coat

Since the pandemic has made bringing a B-list indie pop band to campus logistically difficult, Kenyon has decided to seek entertainment a little closer to home. After beating the runner-up choice for Sendoff artist (the ghost of Geoffrey Chaucer) in a fist fight, six Chamber Singers in a trench coat will be performing for the college at our traditional end-of-semester gathering.

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How to Make Peace with the Fact that Your Parents are Normies

Woe! Your parents have betrayed you once again: they call your favorite 100 gecs songs “noise” that needs to be “turned off,” they go to bed by 10:00pm, they can’t wait for the inevitable post-presidency Biden memoir to drop, or they liken buying you medium toothbrushes to buying you cigarettes (they’re too harsh on your gums). If you managed to ignore it before, you’ve finally come to realize that your parents are indeed normies. It hurts, but lucky for you, I am more than willing to share some proven strategies to accept your parents for who they really are.

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Investigative Journalism: Where Is Everyone?

Unforgiven VR on Twitter: "You know what? The classic Old West tumbleweed  is really a bit more Eastern... from Russia! https://t.co/tbnIi6HH8z… "
I recently learned tumbleweeds are real plants and do not exist only in cartoons! Here’s a picture of one on Middle Path around 6:15 pm.

Maybe I just go to Peirce in the off-hours, but I’ve noticed a pattern when walking down Chase Ave to get my meals. There’s never anyone else out in the evening, regardless of the weather. Where is everyone?

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