Hard-hitting. Raw. And 100% real. This morning I stood on Middle Path for two minutes straight (no snack breaks) just because that’s the kind of woman I am. What happened next shook me to my very core. Ladies, this is a must-watch. Everybody else, you can watch too but I was mostly talking to the ladies. Continue reading
Also, we found this. We did not pick it up. But do let us know if it’s yours.
The trees that we believe will soon line the northern portion of Middle Path are currently in the process of being unloaded by Bexley Hall. We have no idea when the trees will actually be planted, though an email sent about a month ago said all trees should be in the ground by Commencement, with all work being completed by Reunion Weekend, just in time for the southern portion of Middle Path to be torn up and replaced.Tree-lightful!
Okay shhhhhh, okay shhhhhhh- I know getting a shitty lottery number is the worst. There, there please do not cry. Seriously, your snot is on my denim jacket (it’s spring I’m not wearing water repellent fabric anymore). Housing lottery woes can be stressful, and with its arrival fast approaching, we’ve got some alternative solutions to that Mather triple you’ve been simultaneously coming to terms with and dreading. Here are a few places you can try to live in next year:
1. Third Floor Ascension. The study space at the top of Ascension has it all. It’s less than a minute walk to Peirce, which means you can actually get breakfast before your 9:40. Its look is ~classic Kenyon, mainly because of those stained glass windows. And, let’s face it, those couches are way comfier than your bed.