Are you still defrosting from being a human popsicle all week? Or did you fall down the stairs like I did and no one helped you so you just laid there for a few days, waiting until your strength returned? We’ve all been there and we understand. That’s why we do the Friday Ketchup to get you up to speed. Here it is- the Friday Ketchup. Continue reading
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Do It Tonight: Dr. Ben Wittes Talks Drones
In honor of Constitution Day, Dr. Ben Wittes, a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, is giving a presentation on some challenges to how we view contemporary democracy in America, especially the development of drones and their implementation. At the Brookings Institution, he is the Research Director in Public Law, and Co-Director of the Harvard Law School – Brookings Project on Law and Security [according to the Kenyon Calendar].
Having seen drones at the Fall Out Boy/Paramore concert I went to this summer, I can tell you that this concern is all too real.
- What: Dr. Ben Wittes, “Constitution Day: Drones, Surveillance, Detention, Interrogation, and the Rule of Law.”
- When: 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Community Foundation Theater, Gund Gallery.
Gossip from the Hill
Hey y’all, Philander Chase here with the weekend’s gossip from the hill,
- Let’s get started with the juicy gossip from this past weekend. Spotted near the New Apts: not so pleased safety officers confronting a gaggle of shameless partiers. New Year’s is still months away, save those fireworks for your own house, Kenyon has had enough fires! Also, I don’t know about this one, but I think I heard about a game of “dirty Jenga,” please explain. New New Year’s tradition anyone? I think I’d like that better than poppers and parlor games.