That’s right, everyone, tomorrow is 4/20. Here’s the thing- we’re a pretty studious bunch, so we don’t want to miss our classes. But we’re also pretty cool and hip, so we don’t want to disgrace such an important yearly holiday for our generation. It’s important to choose your spring semester classes keeping this important day in mind. If you messed up and didn’t sign up for any of these classes, it’s ok. There’s always next year. Unless you’re a senior- then you just pick a job that meets the same criteria as these cool and chill/chill and cool pedagogical extravaganzas.
1. PHYS 335: Optics
Just think about it. You’re blitzed, sitting in a dark room, and suddenly, a laser shoots out of nowhere. Your professor comes up from the back of the class and starts talking about waves, electromagnetism, refraction. Your mind does somersaults, your eyes are glistening red with the radiant light of that laser, and everything is pretty chill. Honestly I always kind of want to play with lasers, but doing it after an herbal refreshment sounds heavenly.
To top off an excellent KCDC season, the Spring Dance Concert goes up this weekend. This must-see event features dances choreographed by Julie Brodie, Kora Radella, Elizabeth Furman, Sandro Aravena, Pankti Dalal, Nicki Krzeminski, Colin McArthur, and guest artists, Olivier Tarpaga and Pamela Newell.
- What: Spring Dance Concert
- When: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 8 p.m.
- Where: Bolton Theater
Call the Box Office at (740) 427-5546 for tickets.
Mystified by contemporary music and dance? Take a trip out of town this weekend to witness a performance packed with current and alumni talent from a company founded by Kenyon professors.
The Springtime Sipper is a drink specially designed to sip in an Adirondack chair, while casually chatting with some friendos. Preferably amidst the trees. Continue reading