Overheard at Kenyon: Back 2 Skewl

He’s always listening. (via Diverse Education)

Welcome back, y’all. This past week has been filled with questions, comments, concerns, and more – here are some tidbits we’ve found along the way:

  • Freshman Talking About Her Sophomore Housing, Probably: “Which one is Caples again?
  • Sophomore, Ready to Get Back In the Groove: “I don’t have any homework, so I guess that means I can start drinking early.” Continue reading

Overheard at Kenyon: Goodbyes, Misunderstandings, and, As Always, Poop

Pictured: Adirondack chairs on Ransom Lawn enjoying a weekly bonding sesh, swapping anti-rot tips and bitching about how overrated the Middle Path benches are. (photo via Richard Gilbert)

  •  An Enthusiastic Adderall User: “Don’t worry about me, I am the master of balancing my business schedule with my party schedule. They used to call me ‘Mullet’ in high school.”
  • An Already Nostalgic Quest Student: “I don’t mean this to be funny, but when I went to her office hours to turn in my final paper, I’m serious, it got pretty tender.”

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Overheard at Kenyon: Spring, The Market, and Poop

Springtime in Gambier means the weirdos come out to play.

Welcome to the Beginning of Spring edition of Overheard. Remember, we have ears everywhere. Enjoy!

Jaded All-Stu Student: “I’m not on the dislist for my family. I have to get everything forwarded to me by my mom.”

All-Too-Hip Market Cashier: “Is tonight Wednesday night? Is tonight drunk night?”

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Overheard at Kenyon: Vibrators, Lenny Kravitz and Human Sacrifice

"Sheila was never the same after she overheard her two coworkers verbally abusing the water cooler." - Kafka

“Sheila was never the same after she overheard her two coworkers verbally abusing the water cooler.” – Kafka

John Green impersonator admiring the new Caples mural: Anything could be a metaphor. You’re a metaphor. The art in this elevator is a metaphor.

Senior studying for anything but history comps: But like, what’s Old Mexico?

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