Even though the temperature is hovering around the 80s and Birkenstocks are still everyone’s shoe of choice, I can safely say that autumn is now upon us. While I’m a huge proponent of pumpkin spice everything and soup for every meal, my favorite fall snack is a crisp apple with, if I’m feeling a little extra festive, a sprinkle of cinnamon. The other day I wondered what would happen if I paired this with the timeless grilled cheese sandwich and not to brag, but this may be the Best Peirce Hack Yet.
Hey, you! I haven’t seen you in forever! How is Stats going? Did you finally figure out what was causing that electrical humming in your room? No? Well, how’s your food situation? I heard that someone saw you crying outside of the Market while listening to the Monster Mash, but don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Here’s some advice for those cold nights when you forget that your source for Spongebob popsicles closes at 6 pm. Stay strong buddy, we’re all rooting for you.
As the only place in Gambier that sells delicacies like market chili and the always popular Keystone Light, the Village Market has a special place in our hearts. Next time you’re in need of a study break, pregame provisions, or just something to inhale while binge-watching Big Little Lies , take note of your chosen snack and finally figure out who you really are.
One of the most popular series here at the Thrill is our “Inside the Artist’s Sketchbook” feature. We interview an artist and display their work as a way to shine a spotlight on some of Kenyon’s finest artists. But what happens if you ignore the sketchbook and focus on what’s actually inside the artist?
At least once in your Kenyon career, you will indeed feel the need to satisfy your basic human desire for nutrients, and there will indeed be no one to join you on your journey towards self-sustenance. As one too many old men in bathtubs on the Viagra commercial tell me, “It happens to everyone”.
Sitting alone in Peirce presents a dichotomy of reputation: either you are embarrassingly lonely or confident and independent. I’m here to help you lean on the brighter end of the spectrum.*
So we’ve been here a few weeks now, and I’m sure you’re all wondering, “Where can I get some good sushi in this town?” and my answer of course will be “define good” and “how low are your standards?” But, as a dedicated journalist I of course had to get you some answers. For fun, I dragged my significant other (here on out referred to as the S.O.) down into the investigation with me because nothing keeps the romance alive like forcing your loved one to eat raw fish in a land locked state. Anyway, here are the results.
We get it, dear reader. Thanksgiving break is coming and it’s hard to focus on work/personal hygiene when you’re plagued with dreams of cornucopia. As we prepare to depart for a week of indulging, let’s get more connected to our favorite foodie holiday with the star signs as Thanksgiving foods!