The Monday Catchup



It’s the end. Every breath you take brings you a second further from Space Basses of the past, and every breath you give brings you a second closer to remembering if Mildred actually hooked up with your crush last night or if she just told you she did to make you jealous. To distract yourself from that backstabbing Mildred, here’s some other stories from this past weekend

This weekend was…um…intense

*Nervous laugh* I’m glad it’s over-for now.

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Weekend Sports Roundup

Jeremiah Barnes '16 (courtesy of Martin Fuller)

Jeremiah Barnes ’16 (courtesy of Martin Fuller)

You can call it Fall Break, Reading Days, October Break, or whatever else you want, but any way you look at it, Kenyon’s fall athletes didn’t have much of one. The Lords and Ladies had contests all weekend, and they continued their trend of success. Here’s what you missed:


Volleyball vs. Rowan University (at Rowan Invitational): WIN 3-2

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Weekend Sports Roundup


Ikenna Nwadibia ’14. Courtesy of Kenyon Athletics.

It was a busy Saturday for Kenyon sports: the KAC became a campground with Indoor Track’s Kenyon College Classic, the swimmers traveled to Canton, Ohio for the NCAC Championships, Men’s Lacrosse and Women’s Tennis returned for their spring seasons, and both basketball teams secured wins to take them into the NCAC tournament. Check out the results below! Continue reading

Liveblog: The 2013 NCAC Swimming and Diving Championships


I’m back again and live from the C.T. Branin Natatorium in lovely Canton, Ohio, bringing you all of the action from the final evening of the North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving championships. Heading into tonight, your Lords and Ladies both are in second place behind Denison University, and Anna Dunlavey and I will be here as the Lords and Ladies try to catch the Big Red. Follow all the action here, or watch the live video stream. We’re about to get underway, and the atmosphere here is already electric, with the cheers of fans and teams reverberating off the walls and creating something like an athletic aquatic twilight zone. Professor Timothy Shutt is at the microphone, the national anthem just rang true, and we’re about to get underway. Stay tuned for live results and commentary!

6:40 p.m.: The internet just went out, and in that time the first event of the evening, the women’s 1650-yard freestyle, began, with 3 Ladies participating: Mariah Williamson ’16 in lane 4, Syd Lindblom ’14 in lane 5, and Kiersten Bell ’13 in lane 6. More after the jump.

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