There Are Lots of Fun and Unique Things to Do in my Empty Room, Like Look at the Latch on the Window Who Looks Like a Small Kneeling Person

My lovely Old Kenyon empty white room, how I love you! The fact that there is nothing placed on your concrete walls is truly a sight to behold, and not a problem. I love my smooth tile floor, with little dust motes forming an “impromptu carpet” of sorts. But more than anything else, I love my little window latch that, at first glance, appears to be a small kneeling man. Hello little kneeling man :) !!!!

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Making His Marc: Interview with Marc Delucchi


So, on Valentine’s Day, the day of ~l o v e~ and happiness and whatever the hell people who experience romantic attraction do that day, I sat down in New Side with Marc Delucchi and asked him a lot of semi-serious, semi-invasive questions. These are the results.

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Kenyon Krafts: Existential Cross-Stitch


the best of both worlds

At this point in the semester, you’ve probably spun into at least one existential crisis. You’re pondering what it means to be alive, and tweeting about your lack of purpose just isn’t scratching that “shout into the void” itch. Here at the Thrill, we’ve already shown you the hip and trendy craft that is cross-stitching. Now, it’s time to take it to the next level with some existentially wrought crafting!

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