It Happened to Me: I Saw the Face of the Devil and It Squeaked at Me

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even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me

 

This post was guest written by Sean Seu ’19. 

There have been several times throughout the years when I have considered dropping out of Kenyon College. For instance, the time my freshman-year roommate caught me in nothing but my underwear performing dance-aerobics to Madonna’s iconic anthology Immaculate Collection. Or my sophomore year, when I peed on my leg in the third-floor Olin double-stall bathroom and had to walk through the deafening silence of the periodicals. Or, even worse, when Erica Christie ’19 broke my car key as she thirstily tried to uncork a bottle of Merlot. But never have I been so close to dropping out of this god-forsaken hole of freudian misery than the first week of Spring Semester 2018. An ominous shadow had cast itself upon New Apartment F6. The Era of the Rat was upon us.   Continue reading

Kenyon Side Projects: Sean Seu ’19

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My own Banana Cup debut ~via Sean Seu ’19

 

What do bananas, cups, and sophisticated art have in common? Sean Seu ’19 decided to answer that question with his charming Instagram series titled “Banana Cup.” This ambitious photographer has made it his hobby to take pictures of his Kenyon peers pretending to drink from cups graced with carefully arranged banana peels. I interviewed Sean about his art and discovered that his project is proving to be quite ambitious. He has many plans for Banana Cup and I’m eager to see where this series goes in the future.

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