Ok, so you probably actually have heard of Murnen House. But in case you haven’t, you’re looking at the single sketchiest, most dilapidated building owned by the college. Located behind the KAC and formerly home to the Bike Co-Op, Murnen is now…uh…maintained by the film department, who use it as a set for student films.
Yesterday we told you about the opportunity being presented by the Housing and Dining Community to help repaint the Caples elevator after it was unfortunately whitewashed over the summer. This got me thinking about some of the things I would paint on the elevator if I got the chance (and didn’t have the painting skills of a toddler).
D-Cat’s Face Nothing inspires awe like a larger-than-life visage of the head of our school. I’m think a little less Shepard Fariey’s Obama “Hope” poster, and more zoomorphic. Literally make D-Cat a cat. Perhaps even cross him with Kenyon alum Bill Watterson’s famous feline, Hobbes. Which brings me to my next suggestion: