Jocks and theatre kids. Comparing them is like comparing apples to oranges; There are actually a lot of similarities and that idiom has never made sense.Continue reading
Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault.
This is an opinion piece, all views expressed within it are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of The Thrill.
This week’s Title IX discussion has largely focused on the deficiencies of both Kenyon’s sexual misconduct policy and the legislation itself. While we’re making important strides in these conversations, we need to focus more efforts on the area where we, the students, can affect perhaps the most significant change: prevention programming. Continue reading
The following video is from Kenyon News. For more information on this topic check out the articles from this week’s Collegian.
You may not know this about us, but we at The Thrill are pretty ballin’ kickball players. (Ed. – PUN!) In fact, we love kickball and everything that it encompasses so much that we would like to take the time to officially challenge any student organization (preferably a non-athletic student organization…because let’s face it, we aren’t that good) to a good ol’ fashioned game. As of press time, the Collegian has not yet acknowledged our official challenge to engage in some good-natured sport, even though we have scribbled it on their office white-board countless times. Take to the comments to respond to this official challenge. Someone please just play kickball with us…