Who doesn’t love seeing the changing of the leaves, the golden glow soaking the buildings, and the pumpkins that haven’t been smashed (yet) outside of dorms? Fall in Gambier is beautiful, and boy oh boy do people love to post about it. It can be tough to compete with the seventeen different posts of what you could swear is the same exact photo (right down to the scarf and the coffee cup in hand) with a different girl’s face every time. Never fear, thots (happy thotumn)! I have crafted a few sample posts for you to steal so that you can finally be the social media mogul you were always destined to be. I hope these images inspire a new, refreshing take on Kenyon Instagram.Continue reading
It’s like an Old K all-campus except it’s a brownstone invite-only.
So I was innocently scrolling through Instagram last week and was utterly disturbed to see a certain familiar face in my suggested users to follow.
We know you kids love the New Apts, but do you love New Apps? Now that we’re all feeling giggly and safe, let’s get serious for a moment. There’s this app called Instagram and it’s dynamite. Dy-na-mite. You can post pictures of things and other people will see them and like them or ignore them and then pretend that they didn’t see them when you ask about it later! It’s everything we’ve ever wanted here at The Thrill. So we took the leap. We made an account. And now here we are, asking you to follow us. We are humbled before you, asking a favor friend to friend. Give us a follow, throw us a like. Hey, we might even follow you back! Continue reading
There’s a new Instagram account whose primary focus is a subgenre of students they are calling “Kenyon dads.” Usually accompanied by some kind of “dad joke” or a phrase an embarrassed teenager might whine when their father does something embarrassing. The Instagram, KenyonDads, posts pictures of students weekly, crowning a new Kenyon Dad with each post. Lucky for you Thrill readers, I happen to know the Dad behind the Dads. I decided to ask them a few questions in the name of journalism. They agreed, but only if they could remain an anonymous dad.