Kenyon Zodiac: All Campus Parties

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co-authored by Editor-in-Chief and Aries sun Shayne Wagner! 

Sup, Nachos! Feeling like you’re lost? Descending into an abyss of school work and seasonal affective disorder? Well, we’re here to give you some direction. Here’s a new Kenyon Zodiac for you to sink your teeth into. This time, the signs as all-campus parties! You know them, you love them, you’ve probably cried at at least one of them!

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10 o’clock list: All-Campus Parties that Aren’t Happening This Year

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One of the best things about Kenyon is our inclusive party scene. We’ve had a pretty solid line-up thus far, with more to come in the spring. Because we’re in-between party seasons right now, let’s take a look at some of the party ideas that didn’t make the cut this year.

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Kenyon Klexicon: X is for X(‘s on Your Hands)

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Anonymous Bouncer, “The Scarlett Letter” 2013, ink on flesh. (via https://yourteenqueen.wordpress.com)

Let me paint you a picture. The time: 11:27 p.m. The place: outside the forested entrance of The Ganter. You offer your hands to the guys working outside; they’re wielding Sharpies (weapon of choice for anyone working the door) with cool calculation. With only a glance at your K-Card and a couple of swipes of a marker, your under-21-ness has been made public for everyone to see and judge.

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Weekend Drink: Gambier’s Hottest Club Is…

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Well, when hosting an all-campus party, the Delt Lodge suddenly becomes its own, very humid and sweaty biosphere, so temperature-wise, this probably is Gambier’s hottest club. Though, that the Phi Kapp party in Old K will be any less sweaty is Delta Tau Doubtful. So go to both parties. Maybe someone will Phi Kapp-ture your heart. Here’s a drink to help you cool off: Continue reading

10 o’clock list: Things That Could Be Buried Under the Snow At This Point

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While Middle Path has slowly transformed from a deathtrap into a water park, puddles now consuming much of its length and width, the snow that surrounds it remains. Like, it won’t go away. Like really, JUST LEAVE ALREADY. At this point, with no clear melting point in sight, it may be time to ask the question: what is underneath all of that dirty, slushy, sometimes suspiciously yellow snow? Your dignity? Very likely. But what else? In The Thrill‘s first attempt at a metaphorical, semi-archaeological dig, we’re here to provide you with some National Geographic-quality answers. 

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