Lit Lit: The Argonauts

Lit Lit: The Argonauts

“I would give my life for The Thrill. WRITE THAT DOWN.” –Corn Mush


Lit Lit is a segment I host here on The Thrill in which I get someone lit (interpret that as you will) and then that someone chooses a work of literature and gives me a summary and quick discussion of the themes of that work. This time, I had the pleasure of getting two people lit, who will be referred to throughout as Tomato Rake, and Corn Mush. Both Tomato and Corn will be talking with me about The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson, a work of “autotheory” which I will soon find out what that means. Our dialogue is written in plain old font, our actions in italics. Continue reading

Kenyon Konfusion: Theme Parties You’ve Been Confused By

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We’re here to say it’s okay. It happens to everybody. Your mom still loves you. But really, it’s okay to be confused by a theme party. It’s probably happened to every Kenyon student (well, probably not every Kenyon studen). You know, when you accidentally whipped out a costume for a party that wasn’t actually a costume party. Or maybe you just misunderstood the concept of ABC parties. Hey–we’re glad you’re comfortable with your birthday suit–don’t let anybody tell you differently. What we’re trying to relay here is that we feel your pain. Kenyon students are occasionally overly ambitious with their party themes–we know.  So here we’ve rolled out a list of all-campus theme parties that may be in need of clarification (or not).

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