10 o’clock list: Hidden Gems of Gambier

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Everyone knows Kenyon is pretty. Middle path, trees that change color sometimes: we get it, okay? But there are some hidden treasures on campus that even the most knowledgeable upperclassman may not have heard of. Things so shiny and beautiful that you just want to shout “That thing is so shiny and beautiful!” I dug deep for this post, guys. Buckle up your big kid pants, because these heretofore unknown secrets are going to blow much more than your socks off. Behold, the hidden gems of Gambier:

  1. This gem
    IMG_4810Located next to Kenyon’s Church of the Holy Spirit, this gem is hard to find, nestled in grass next to the sidewalk. A great spot for a photo op, it is sure to bring joy to anyone who spots it!

 

 

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Hidden Gems: The Woolson Company

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There’s more to life than this tiny hill, and the Thrill is venturing out into the world to highlight the best kept secrets of the towns around us. 

The Woolson Company

115 S Main St, Mt Vernon, OH 43050
(740) 392-0936

Since 1897, The Woolson Company has been a Knox County staple. It’s tucked away on the street opposite of Bayleaf (RIP) and, like the Room of Requirement, is only there when you need it most. I think. That’s the only way I can explain the fact that I hadn’t stumbled upon it before.

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