10 O’Clock List: Songs to Blast Now That Trump’s Been Voted Out

Loathe him or hate him, Trump has been voted out of office, despite his insistence that the election was rigged. I don’t know about most of the Kenyon population, but I’m stoked. I haven’t had serotonin levels this high since… well… who knows? To keep the happy chemicals coming, I’ve curated a playlist dedicated to bidding you-know-who an enthusiastic “good riddance!” I may have questionable music taste, at best, but the following songs are standouts as far as emulating the feeling of euphoria upon realizing we’ll be kicking him out of the White House in a few short months.

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Joe Biden Cancels Kenyon Visit, Says Campaign

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According to an Obama campaign release emailed to ABC News, Vice President Joe Biden has canceled his appearances in Gambier and Wooster tomorrow, as well as an event in Scranton, Pa., out of an “abundance of caution” to make sure that local authorities can focus their efforts on possible response to Hurricane Sandy.

However, the planned KAC event will still go on, and will feature pizza and shuttles for early voting.

The release can be seen after the jump.

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The Monday Catchup


Though Sandy may not go barreling straight through Ohio, we’re safely in the “Alert” zone of the map. (via weather.com)

Good morning! Here’s what you missed over the weekend:

The Lead Story: This week’s lead story is Frankenstorm. Also known as “Hurricane Sandy” (or whatever),  Frankenstorm will soon make landfall somewhere in Delaware/southern New Jersey. From there it is projected (science for “we aren’t sure”) to come through Pennsylvania then bang a right and head to New York State. Will Sandy cancel classes? Will Vice President Biden make it to Gambier? I hope the answer is yes to both.

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