10 o’clock list: More Things that Make Me Uncomfy



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

Board of Trustees Report Includes Confirmation of New Theater Space

black box

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

2020 Village Council Meeting: Tweet by Tweet


Downtown Gambier. Via trover.com

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:

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10 o’clock list: Things that Aren’t on the 2020 Plan

Makin' my way downtown...

Makin’ my way downtown…

The campus has been all aquiver with talk of President Decatur’s 2020 Plan. This plan promises thrills, chills, and hopefully the wills of some alumni. But no plan can be all-encompassing, and the 2020 Plan leaves out several crucial bits.
1. The possibility of Graham Gund’s death. Hopefully the master of Kenyon architecture is, in fact, immortal, but what if he dies? He is old, and we are all mere pockets of flesh sewn together for one dear breath on this planet before eternal sleep. With the amount of responsibility Kenyon has given him, we need him to stay with us.  Perhaps it is written into his will that an NCA becomes his tomb, where he lays sleeping in a glass casket, surrounded by the strangely white architecture that he so loved.

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