10 o’clock list: Five Cats That Look Like The Nuge

It’s been a tough week at Kenyon. On the serious side of things, a flasher was seen exposing himself to students on the Kokosing Gap Trail — on the EQUALLY SERIOUS OMG NOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS side of things, we maybe can’t drink outside on Saturday as much as we’d like to. Plus, it’s almost finals time. There’s only one thing that can lift our spirits — in the proud tradition of Cats That Look Like Ron Swanson, and in celebration of President Nugent’s 10 years at Kenyon,  I present to you the Thrill’s roundup of cats who bear a striking resemblance to the Nuge we all know and love.

1. “President Crankypants.” 








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ThrillNotes: “The Great Gatsby”

It’s Monday night, which means if you’re anything like me, you’re curled up in a sweaty pool of regret, desperately doing the reading  you ignored all weekend while intermittently clenching your fists and bellowing “CURSE YOU, UNKNOWABLE UNIVERSE!” up at the sky. Well, bellow no more, friends, because the Thrill‘s got you. From now until the end of the semester, we’ll be offering illustrated summaries of  the books most frequently found on Kenyon syllabi (and hurled across the length of Kenyon dorm rooms by unwilling readers with 70 pages left to read by 9:40). 

Tonight’s selection? F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic 1925 novel The Great Gatsby. Remember, kids, actual reading’s for chumps. (All illustrations courtesy of the illustrious Olivia Grabar Sage)

Nick tells the story of Gatsby. Gatsby is new-money rich and throws dope parties, but is v. shady.


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