Now that quiet period has been officially over for a few weeks, Kenyon students have started to come out of hibernation and initiate the latest trend in covid-safe hangouts: the darty. Darties (day parties, for those of you not up to date on the coolest new Kenyon lingo) have popped up outside of apartment complexes, like in the NCA loop, and are usually accompanied by bumping playlists and/or beer pong tables. To maximize safety during covid, darty locations should be varied, just so everyone can maintain that sweet sweet six feet apart from their fellow dartygoers. Here’s some suggestions to keep the darties pumping while keeping everyone safe:Continue reading
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Remember, way back, when you went to one of your first parties. And maybe you were invited to play or saw people playing some sort of card/quarter/ball game with drinks. And you wanted, so desperately, to play and enjoy and connect and maybe find someone that just gets you. But instead, you sat in the corner and drank that dumb, warm beer. You said to yourself (or maybe even out loud): I don’t even know how to play. Gone are the days of lost socialization due to ignorance. Gone are the days of confusing rules explained in a drunken haze.
Today we begin a journey–a path that takes us along the #rivers and #roads of drinking games. This goes out to all the people that were too shy to ask why are you flipping the cup upside down? or what does the 2 of spades mean? Today, we feature a time-honored favorite: Beer Pong
Still trying to forget the amount of ass-cheekery you saw last Saturday? Join the club. Fortunately we’re here to help. Leave Beer Pong and Flip Cup to the fools, we got your weekend covered—old school. Put that kiddie-shit childhood to use for some new games. Duck, Duck, DRINK.I mean goose.
It’s a Friday night and you and the home skillets are chillin’ in the dormi-glory waiting to get your freak on at the Audacious Old K, but you need a little boost before you can get yo’ swerve on. Leave Beer Pong and Flip Cup to the fools, we got your night covered—old school. Put that kiddie-shit childhood to use for some new games: