Kenyon Klexicon: N is for Nuge

Before President D-Cat was selected for the Kenyon presidency by Board of Directors for winning a game of Jenga (I’m assuming that’s how all high ranking college offices are awarded right?), there was another leader of our school.  She now spends most of her days expanding her nationwide tunnel system and advocating for lowering the drinking age, but before that S. Georgia Nugent was president of Kenyon for a full decade. Though just a hazy memory to some, and just downright unknown to many, she is referred to by Kenyon students as the Nuge.

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Nugespotting: It’s That Time of Year Again


Photo by last year’s Nugespotting champ, Sydney Watnick ’14.

The first frost is falling, the campus is emptying and everyone’s headed home for the holidays, which means it’s time for everyone’s favorite activity: Nugespotting.

This most hallowed of Thrill traditions applies mostly to those who will be in the tristate area over winter break; if you’ll be around New York City, you might just  have a chance of spotting our fearless leader, S. Georgia Nugent, in her natural habitat (hot tip- she’s indigenous to the Upper West Side region). Last one to take a surreptitious iPhone pic of the Nuge is a rotten egg! Extra points if you can get her to take a selfie with you.