Olin Desk Graffiti: Illustrated


We’ve all been there, idly drawing in the margins of our notebooks during class. An angsty exclamation here. A 3D cube there. Your name in script everywhere. The scholarly minds of Kenyon students have taken it all one step further. Our pens and brains cannot and will not be tamed. No pretentious comment or Shakespeare quote is safe within the confines of the classroom. Fueled by the fluorescent lighting and a vaguely purple color scheme, students have taken to Olin Library desks to express their inner musings and demons. Continue reading

The Purinton Primer: In Which Miles Gets Emotional and Reminiscent

Regular Purinton Primer readers are well aware of the usual nature of these posts. In return, dear readers, for tuning in every other week to read my little column, I try to make this blog as funny as I can. But, for one week only, that’s changing. This post is serious, you guys. It’s about to get real.

No one is more disappointed than this guy.

Get serious after the jump.  Continue reading