In light of all the excitement around Kenyon’s favorite K-Card policy, (I can’t get into my own home) resident webboi Michael and I have created a new game, Say What Now?
Can you guess which of these quotes from the Student Council meeting are real?
Student council elections are being held this week, through an online ballot on orgsync (check your email). Those elected will represent the interests of the student body while interacting with the administration, and will have the ability to implement change on campus. See the candidates below!*
President of Student Council
George Costanzo – Candidate: Student Council President, Sophomore Class President, Sophomore Class Rep to Student Council. “We are fortunate enough to be surrounded with extremely intelligent young individuals, and it would be a privilege to be the student charged with connecting and representing every single one of those individuals’ thoughts and opinions to the administration in order to create a Kenyon that is truly reflective of the community we have here.” Continue reading
Student Council released a statement today announcing a new Earth Day-themed initiative. Read the full text below:
In observance of Earth Day, there will be no paper cups in Peirce from April 18th – 22nd.
This is a student council-sponsored initiative. Though we know this may not be a popular idea, we are committed to making concessions to make this campus a more sustainable place, we hope you’ll share our sentiment.
In preparation for this weeklong event:
- Leftover CHIP cups will be available outside of peirce during no cups week, first come, first serve
- ECO/student council will do a final dish pick-up and sustain-a-mugs/cup drive on Sunday, April 17th (leave your Peirce dishes & mugs outside your room)!!!
In an email sent to Kenyon students and employees, Vice President for Student Affairs Meredith Bonham ’92, along with Student Council President Phoebe Roe ’16, announced today that the annual Summer Sendoff concert and celebration will now take place on Friday, April 29th. This announcement follows last week’s controversial decision to move the festivities to May 6th. Other details regarding the event remain unchanged; alcohol will still be available to those 21 and older, and a rain site will be available for use should the weather deem it necessary.
Read Bonham and Roe’s full statement below: