Dada would not exist without World War I, Punk without the Cold War, and Justin Bieber without the Housing Bubble. The creative, socially aware, bored young adults that make up the Kenyon College student body often take to musical collectives to express themselves. Today, Kenyon students live and learn amidst the turmoil of the 2020 Plan. Here are some band names inspired by the upheaval:
Lindsay discovers the pitfalls of the new campus construction…
We are back on campus and some things are the same but also, some things are different. In this period of transition times can be tough so here are some poems to get us through.
Listen up y’all cause this is it: we have a new semester on our hands and it’s beginning to feel like we’ve settled into a routine. Lance Bass has come and gone and Olin is once again a second home. We’ve embraced our lives here at Kenyon, let’s embrace all the discomfort that comes with it. Let it wash over you. Cleanse you. This is water. This is uncomfy. Here’s some things that make me uncomfy. Continue reading
In a report released on May 4, 2016, Kenyon’s Office of Communications confirmed that the construction of a new student theater space will begin during the summer of 2016. This new space will replace Kenyon’s Black Box theater, which will be demolished during the same time frame. Both issues were discussed during April 29th’s Board of Trustees meeting. Continue reading
Tonight, the village council met to discuss Kenyon’s proposed plans in regards to Farr Hall. We live-tweeted the events within the first half of the meeting. Villagers and council members exchanged a few tense remarks. Read on below: