A Day in the Life: Jim Huang, Bookstore Manager

In this feature, The Thrill will showcase a typical day of a member of the Kenyon Community: student, faculty, or staff. If you have nominations for people to be showcased, please share them in the comments or email us at thekenyonthrill@gmail.com.

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The Bookstore. It’s a part of our campus that we accept as our provider of textbooks, snack needs, and even the occasional Shakespearean finger puppet. But how do these finger puppets and other treasures get to our town of Gambier? Meet Jim Huang, Bookstore Manager. It’s through him that all these things we take for granted on campus happen, such as online textbook ordering, events, and bringing all the best new books to Gambier. If you want to learn how the magic happens, read on as Jim takes us through his day!

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A Day in the Life: Phoebe Roe ’16

In this feature, The Thrill will showcase a typical day of a member of the Kenyon Community: student, faculty, or staff. If you have nominations for people to be showcased, please share them in the comments or email us at thekenyonthrill@gmail.com.

Phoebe at Housing and Dining Committee Office Hours this Monday.

Phoebe Roe ’16 is all over campus. A Psychology major with minors in both English and Arabic, Phoebe is involved in ten campus organizations. She’s President of PEKK, Co-President of the Roosevelt Institute, Chair of the Housing and Dining, and Housing Lottery Reformation Committees, a CA and tour guide, a Co-Owner of Kenyon Carryout, is part of the equestrian team, and an Archon. She’s got a lot on her plate, even on a day without classes. Read on for a taste of Monday February 2nd, 2015 in the life of Phoebe Roe.

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AllStu Revue

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“Is this AllStu?” “No, this is Patrick.”

Allstus this  year have been a little disappointing. Perhaps its the untimely death of allstu2, but there has been no flame wars or angry tirades crowding my Kenyon inbox. That being said, there’s still plenty of entertaining material to sift through, and I’m here to provide you with some highlights. (Just as a side note, you people are way too liberal with your use of exclamation points.)

Come Sit With Us! Apparently the Buddhist Society here on campus is much nicer than popular girl table at North Shore High School, which is nice to know. I bet they’d even let Regina George sit with them. Continue reading