10 o’clock list: Study Abroad in Ohio!

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Have the abroad experience of a lifetime without leaving the corn fields you’ve come to know and love!

Geographically speaking, Gambier is located in the Middle of Nowhere. Understandably,  some students students feel stir crazy after a few years and embark on Off-Campus Study. Dozens of programs bring to bring them all over the world, from Argentina to New Zealand!

But why explore the world when you can visit the very cities you’ve been dreaming of… without leaving Ohio? Experience cultural immersion in the very same state. Look at this multitude of options, and get in touch with the OCS Office before it’s too late!

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10 o’clock list: 5 Things I Rediscovered About Kenyon After Being Abroad

The daunting task of decorating a single is only one of many challenges faced by the author upon her return to campus.

I know you’re sick of hearing about us, but students who studied abroad are facing some interesting challenges as we re-acclimate to Kenyon life. Apropos of Thea’s post earlier, here’s a list of the top five discoveries I’ve made in the last week-and-a-half being back on campus. Continue reading

10 o’clock list: 5 Ways to Fight the Cold

Oh the weather outside is weather...

Oh the weather outside is weather… (via moots.com)

It is going to be cold this week, so you had better prepare. With temperatures sinking to 13 degrees by Tuesday, walking to class will go from being “whimsical and fun”  to being a “dog –eat-dog world of survival.” At home when the weather gets cold, I buy an extra box of cereal and maybe light a fire in the fireplace. At school, I have no such luxuries, (unless you want to buy me a box of Chex mix from the market) and must trudge to class, regardless. Here is a list of ways that we can all stay warm during the long journey to class.

  1. Take Five – …shots. Take five shots. If this idea catches on, it’ll be Kenyon’s premier way to get to class without realizing that it’s only four degrees outside. Continue reading

Reading Days Travel Guide: Columbus

CBUS!!!!!!!!!!!

For those of you who aren’t done with Columbus and its coy and charming ways, here is a trip that is adventurous while still safely close to home. Find a friend with a car and persuade them into exploring the sparkling streets of Columbus. I know that Cleveland often seems like the more alluring Ohio city, what with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the option for fine dining experiences, but as I have recently learned through my online research, Columbus is beckoning, and she is an attractive mistress. Here are a few ideas to get you started on what I hope becomes a deep and loving relationship with Columbus.

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