Heppy is a fairly new face on campus, belonging to Professor Schoenfeld of the English Department. He can be occasionally found scampering around in Lentz House during office hours, wagging his tail and gnawing on miscellaneous bone-like objects. Check out Heppy’s exclusive interview after the jump!
Zora belongs to the family of Conor Tazewell ’15, and like any good Tazewell, she’s dedicated to the a cappella scene. Paving the way for women and dogs alike, Zora has just become the first female newbie in the previously all-male a cappella group, The Kokosingers. She’ll be snappin’ and groovin’ her thang up in Rosse in no time, but for now, let’s get to know more about this big name on campus.
Check out Zora’s answers to our pressing a cappella questions after the jump!
My dad showed me this article a while ago, about a therapy dog that Yale Law students can check out during exam times. Since then, I’ve pondered why other schools don’t get on the dog-rental bandwagon.
Fear not, fellow stressed-out Kenyonites, the answer is here, in the form of an allstu from Lisa Train, Assistant Director of Housing and Residential Life for North Campus. She has a new puppy. A very, very, very adorable new puppy, named Sam. And, at approximately 9:05 p.m. last night, Ms. Train sent out her allstu, saying, and I quote:
“With stressful times like housing lottery, finals, and move-out coming up, some puppy luv might do some good … if you would like to schedule a play-date or a walk, let me know when you were thinking”.
More information and the link to Sam’s Facebook page after the jump.