In this interview, I speak with Mia Fox ’19, English and Biology double major who did research in an animal bio lab this past year.
Kenyon is a literary as shit school and we love that here. Kenyon loves books, and the people who did books. Authors, you know? And poets and such. And there’s got to be a way to categorize all of these bad boys, and since no one really wants to think about, say, which Romantics match up with which First Year dorms (Coleridge would live in Gund, don’t @ me) we’re going to do frats, so buckle in.
Who remembers, on that fateful day, February 25, 2018, when the world was deprived of Boy Pump?
(this post was inspired by a comment made by Tyler Raso)
This was a special year, in that we somehow had anywhere from 3-6 Halloweens, which was, honestly, far too many if you ask me. But you didn’t ask me, no one asked me anything. Instead, we asked the First Year writers about their experiences this Halloween, specifically the final event, the PEEPs Halloweekend Party. And they delivered.
Buongiorno Kenyon students, Nate Winer here once again to bring you some hot and fresh cooking tips. So. Here’s the skinny. It’s one in the morning and I am drunk and I want a pizza more than I want breathable air right now. So I guess it’s time to show you how to make A Whole Pizza. This should be cool, let’s do it.
“Lit Lit is a segment here on The Thrill in which I get someone lit (yup) and then that someone chooses a work of literature and gives me a summary and quick discussion of the themes of that work” (Raffa 2017). We’ve got Cream of Focaccia (a self-proclaimed “NNabovokov” expert and enthusiast) here to talk to us about Lolit(lit)a. Due to some technical difficulties, this Lit Lit is a little nontraditional.
Are you one of the five people I know dressing up as sexy Philander Chase? Are you proud of your witty Olin / Mod / Graham Gund / Our Path Forward costume? Or maybe are you just wearing all red and not coming home after a night out, thus calling yourself a Peirce cup? Continue reading