Texting with Decatur: An Exposé

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Recently, we at the Thrill have been thinking a lot about our role on campus. What does it truly mean to be the blog face of this campus? That is why we made a call to Washington to begin a very tentative partnership with the NSA. Aren’t those the guys that are tapping phones and can read our email? Bluntly? Yes. The benefit though is posts like this one. We present to you D-Cats’s most intimate communications. Finally a little transparency on this campus!

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The Stars Have Spoken… Again.

Oh…oh no. November looks interesting…. (via blindgossip.com)

In case you missed the memo, it’s November. If that leaves you with a cold sense of dread (or a chilly attitude toward the next person who mentions that it’s November) – fear not! The Thrill has once again provided you another round of stunningly accurate and useful readings for the month ahead.

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10 o’clock list: Five Cats That Look Like The Nuge

It’s been a tough week at Kenyon. On the serious side of things, a flasher was seen exposing himself to students on the Kokosing Gap Trail — on the EQUALLY SERIOUS OMG NOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS side of things, we maybe can’t drink outside on Saturday as much as we’d like to. Plus, it’s almost finals time. There’s only one thing that can lift our spirits — in the proud tradition of Cats That Look Like Ron Swanson, and in celebration of President Nugent’s 10 years at Kenyon,  I present to you the Thrill’s roundup of cats who bear a striking resemblance to the Nuge we all know and love.

1. “President Crankypants.” 

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10 o’clock list: Five Candidates that Were Overlooked for the Kenyon Presidency

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It was a heated competition…

The end of an era has arrived: it’s time to say sayonara to the Nuge. But before we pull out the welcome wagon for D-Cat, let’s take a look back at his competition. Check out a few of the less obvious candidates that got the boot:

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Kenyon Mythbusters: Tunnel Under Middle Path?

This post was co-written by Thrill staff writers Matt Delbridge ’16 and Annaliese Milano ’16.

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Imagine: it’s warm and sunny outside and due to the sudden influx of vitamin D, you’re skipping down Middle Path, Yellow Brick Road style. Being the graceful little swan that you are, you catch a toe and bite it—hard. Brushing off your dignity and plucking the gravel from your ass, you turn around to see what tripped you up. Ugh, of course, the little square that looks suspiciously like a trap door. Likeomigod it doesn’t even go here.

We know our besties at The Kenyon Collegian already debunked the rumor that there are tunnels under Middle Path, but we’re still not convinced. Some theories as to what’s really under there:

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