10 o’clock list: 7 Signs That Prove Kenyon People Like Smoking

Sure we can do silly things like “open a dialogue” or “vote” on this upcoming all-campus smoking ban. Or, if you’re like one of these people, you can get a Sharpie, find a “No Smoking” sign, and take matters into your own hands. I’ve scoured the campus to bring you 7 Signs That Prove Kenyon People Really Like Smoking:

1. Nosferatu Smoking
Nosferatu Smoking

I like this one. It’s understated, yet an excellent tribute to M. Night Shamylan’s favorite OG German expressionist vampire flick. Speaking of which, if that was you on the phone and you on the bus, then who’s been flicking the lights

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Do it tonight: A Look at the Book

The students of “Used Books: Medieval Manuscripts” have invited you (and the entire student body, so don’t feel too special) to an exhibition entitled “A Look at the Book: Text and Reading Culture from Manuscripts to Print to E-Readers.”  The exhibition and and reception will take place in the Lee L. Meier/Quentin J. Draudt Curatorial Classroom in Gund Gallery (automatically seems fancy!) on Thursday, Dec. 8 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. This event is a great opportunity to chat with your fellow students about their experience with curating and super old books.

  • When: Thursday, 5:00-6:00 p.m.
  • Where: Gund Gallery’s Lee L. Meier / Quentin J. Draudt Curatorial Classroom