10 o’clock list: Things Middle Path Is Made From

There's a place I know if you're looking for a show. Where they go hardcore and there's glitter on the floor.

There’s a place I know if you’re looking for a show. Where they go hardcore and there’s glitter on the floor.

Most people will tell you that Middle Path is made from gravel. Most people are wrong. Only those who are part of the super-secret Kenyon Middle Path Committee know the true makeup of our iconic path. Luckily, I was able to nab some of their files, and I’m going to let you know some of the ingredients they use in the mystical concoction that is Middle Path.

  1. Crushed Beer Cans — With the recent focus on environmentalism and sustainability, Kenyon reuses the countless beer cans found on any given weekend as lining for Middle Path. The cans are crushed and balled into impossibly dense pebble-sized balls by the school’s patented Can Crusher 3000 and are placed on Middle Path every Sunday at 7:30 AM, the only time the school is sure that no student is awake. Continue reading