10 o’clock list: The Most Likely Places to Find Teeth

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Don’t be scared… I’ve done this before… show me your teeth

When you go to school on top of a tiny hill surrounded by cow pastures and corn fields, sometimes you have to turn to unique ways to get your kicks. Some get really into power walking, some decide to drop acid in Mather, and those of us who enjoy the simple pleasures turn to teeth. What’s better than letting your fingertips sink into through a barrel of pearl-like fangs à la Amélie while you listen to a playlist consisting solely of “Teeth” by Lady Gaga and “Tusk” by Fleetwood Mac? Nothing! That’s as good as it gets, let me tell you. Below are some of the most reliable tooth-mining places I’ve found at Kenyon, so have at it!

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Dream Reading with A Psych Major

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The Thrill is now opening its doors to the world of dreams. Do you dream? Are your dreams fascinating, frightening, or a little bit freaky? The Thrill wants to know about them, so that we can help you make sense of that hazy place known as dreamland. Send us your dreams and I will use my expertise (a strange interest in dreams, a shady website entitled whatyourdreamsmean.com, and my two-month-long profession as a psychology major) to give your dream symbolic meaning. 

Dear Izzy,

Last night I dreamed my teeth were falling out again. I’ve been having this dream a lot recently. This time I was at Kenyon (in that way that you know where you are in a dream, even though it looks nothing like the place does in real life) and I was in Peirce and trying to hold all my teeth in my mouth, but everyone was looking at me.