Quiz: Does the Pandemic Give You an Excuse to be Weird on the Internet?

Believe me, we are all sympathetic to the way isolation can mess with your psyche. All sorts of human communication seems foreign. And without the sometimes necessary and always humbling experience of interacting in person, all hell can break loose when the internet becomes our main area of socializing. Forget about wondering if your jokes land or if your personality charms in a real-time moment. From behind a screen, you can fabricate whoever you want to be! But does that mean you should? Take this quiz to find out.

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10 o’clock list: Top Five Kenyon Anomalies

The most appetizing picture of Cincinnati Chili that I could find.

Anomaly, n.

1. Something that is a deviation or departure from the normal or common order, form, or rule.

2. One that is peculiar, irregular, abnormal, or difficult to classify.

3. These five things about Kenyon that are slightly off:

1. Doors – These were the first things that threw me off when I first arrived at Kenyon as an eager, shiny-eyed freshman. It seemed like Kenyon’s master architect thought it would be fun to put hinges on the wrong side of half of the doors on campus. Knobs are placed in curious positions. The entrance doors in (the now abandoned) Bexley building are a foot apart from each other. One of the Peirce doors opens faster than the other one.  Not to mention that the doors for to the KAC and Gund Gallery are harder to push than pot at a police convention!

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