The Types of People Who Share Your P.O. Box

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Ah, the Kenyon Post Office. A place of love, loss, and lust. The place you go only when you think your eccentric-yet-wealthy aunt has sent you money, or to face the disappointment of knowing that the United States Postal Service will soon be obsolete due to the rapid technological advancements of modern society. But mostly it’s a place where you go to think: who the frick shares my P.O. Box, dude?

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A Close Reading of an Average Day of E-mails

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It’s morning. Or maybe it’s mid-afternoon. You wake up from a deep sleep where you dreamt of bacon and elaborate puppet shows (is that just me?). You turn on your computer and look, you’ve got mail. Tons of it! Where do these multitudes of e-mails even come from? You had fearlessly deleted at least 50 the night before. How in a matter of hours can a person compile so many e-mails? What do they even say? Let us unpack an average day of Kenyon e-mails, shall we? Continue reading