“Calling” All Writers: Kenyon Alumni Connect as Writers, Friends


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When Frances Sutton ’13 approached Maggie Jaris (also ’13) about the creation of a literary blog for Kenyon alumni, they envisioned a space dedicated to the continuation of Kenyon’s culture of writing and creativity. What resulted was The Calling Bell, a tumblr blog that has proven to “ring true” with the insatiable desire to write of alumni and present students alike . Continue reading

10 o’clock list: Other Social Media Kenyon College Should Get

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ICYMI, Kenyon got a a Snapchat a few weeks ago, and if that’s not how they’re gonna send out acceptances from now on, then what has this all been about? With Kenyon expanding its social media presence, what millennial-inspired fad will they turn to next? Queue that do-do-doo-do-do-doo dreamy noise that sitcoms have…

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The Kenyon College Tumblr Tag: A Review

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It seems like Kenyon’s social media presence has been ramping up recently, what with Chef Meagan at the helm of a Peirce Hall online revolution and the ever-present Twitter accounts and Facebook pages for different people and organizations around campus. One realm often unexplored is Tumblr, a popular microblogging site that specializes in destroying productivity. Posts are organized and made searchable by tags, so I explored #Kenyon College and found an interesting variety of posts. Continue reading

Blogs on Blogs on Blogs: Volume IV

Admittedly, the weather here in Ohio has been so damned gorgeous that I almost couldn’t be bothered to go indoors during the daytime to write this post. Thankfully I managed to work it out, and I’ve found more friends who have also been indoors blogging (shout out to those of my friends who are also addicted to the internet)!!! Follow me after the jump for links and pictures.

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Blogs on Blogs on Blogs: Volume III

Now that rush season is over, Kenyon can breathe a collective sigh of relief and welcome back our beloved party scene. But if you happen to find yourself by a computer, whether for recreation or procrastination, why not check out some blogs? As always, I’m here as your liaison to the Kenyon blogosphere, and I’ve got two awesome bloggers for you to check out after the jump!

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