Starter Packs for Your Dorm

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Dorms. Among the filth and mold, we’ve learned to call them home. Part of the fun of these exorbitantly expensive cinderblock jail cells is leaving your (temporary) mark on the place and putting your unique spin on the place. But, as unique as we are all hell-bent on convincing ourselves that we are, these places have more of an impact on us than we like to admit. What does your dorm say about you?  Continue reading

Lewis 208: L’Dor Vador, From Generation to Generation

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together again for the first time!

This post was co-authored by Nate Rosenberg and Erica Christie

It all started August 2014, when a young and naive Nate Rosenberg moved into Lewis 208. Little did he know, that history would repeat itself when an equally young and naive Erica Christie moved into that very same room a year later. You’ll never guess what happens next!

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10 o’clock list: Moldiest Places to Live on Campus

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Oh Kenyon, you are like Kokosing: very damp and surrounded by the woods. This causes most residence halls to fall somewhere on the spectrum of a little moldy to very moldy, with the most extreme specimens located deep in the forested crevices of campus. Below is a ranking of the moldiest of the moldy Kenyon residence halls.

4. Caples — Caples might be the tallest building in Knox County, but the hallways are still carpeted. For some reason, towels never dry in Los Caples and its residents must suffer the moldy consequences.

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