Her name is Trixie and she’s 100% natural.
I think it’s safe to finally say it. I have an opinion about a thing here at Kenyon. That’s right, I think something is certainly a way, and it could be another way. It would probably be more of something if it were the way I wanted instead of the way it is now. Sure, people like that thing as it is now, but they are afraid of changing it. I know other people think the same as I do about this thing. We should talk to people about it. Let them know how we feel. If enough people let other people know our opinion about the thing, maybe we could get that thing to be a different thing, or at least a better thing than it is now. Wouldn’t that be great? It’s the Friday Ketchup. Continue reading
Kenyon is our little home away from home. During these four years, we spend more time overall on campus than we do at home anyways. The people you meet and interact with on a daily basis fill the role of your family. If you think about it in general, it makes sense — we’re dysfunctional and full of angst, yet deep down, we love each other in a weird, warm-fuzzy kind of way. More specifically, many of your Kenyon peers can be assigned specific family roles based on their typical interactions with you. See if your friends fall into any of these potential categories!