The temperature may have dropped, but life on the hill is as hot as ever. Continue reading
What up Kenyon College?? Just one week until break. We hope you all are getting excited for Thanksgiving: the one day a year where you can stuff your face with as much food as you want and not hate yourself afterwards. Here’s what some readers had to say about this past weekend:
“I watched fifteen hours of Parks and Recreation.”
What’s good Kanyon Kollege? It’s Monday. That means it’s time to wipe the crust from your eyes, pop an Advil for your headache, roll out of bed and love it, live it, be it, do it, and dream it. After a weekend of formals and autumnal fun, we asked students how they were feeling. Here’s what they thought:
I’ve never seen the leaves change before, so my camera roll is 67% leaf/tree/middle path pictures.
I’m feeling two thumbs up
This week, we checked in with our “readers” (aka people at Sunday brunch who may/may not read the Thrill) about how it’s been goin’ lately. We asked them to sum up their morning, their weekend, their year so far at Kenyon in just a few quick words. Here’s what they gave us:
Feeling good! The weather’s great right now.
I’m feelin’ real P.O’d because both the butter and the cream cheese in Peirce were actually just both butter, so I literally covered my bagel sandwich in butter.
Only 2 weeks to go before Spring break, finish strong.
The lead story: After posting about Chuck Hagel nearly every week since I’ve been back, the Republicans have officially filibustered his nomination. A second vote will come soon. This is the first time a cabinet nominee has been filibustered.
No New York Times in Peirce this week. Not sure what that is about. The Thrill is on it.
The lead story: No one really knows exactly what is going on in Syria as reports are coming infrequently. The situation has become completely out of control as Damascus has become a battlefield.
Good morning! Or, if you were up until the nerd bell, good afternoon.
The Lead Story: While our presidential election won’t take place for a few months, France had theirs yesterday! As many analysts predicted, Socialist candidate Francois Hollande defeated incumbent Nicholas Sarkozy. Despite this referendum on the incumbent, many in Europe are unsure of how Mr. Hollande’s anti-austerity policies will jive with Germany, the largest economy in the Eurozone.