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Kenyon Cards Against Humanity: Back and Better Than Ever

The Kenyon edition of Cards Against Humanity has returned, in case you missed it, this is the feature in which I turn everyone’s favorite game into a Kenyon version–so without further ado, here are the cards! 133 more words

Features

Coach Profile: Doug Misarti

Doug Misarti, the head coach of the Kenyon College Men’s Lacrosse team, has dedicated himself to the game since his playing days at Washington College and Drew University, Before coming to Kenyon in 2008, Misarti spent eight years coaching at Steven’s Institute of Technology. 253 more words

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Highlights: Ohio Wesleyan 10 Kenyon 7

Seven different goal scorers help the Bishops overcome the Lords.

Possible party rip candidate at 2:46.

Looking forward to the Ohio Wesleyan Denison match next month. 22 more words

NCAA

Discovering the Undersea World

#C-4380
Kenyon, Ley

Library of Congress: 62-12594
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Egypt, Spanish Armada
Comments: Adolescent; illustrated
Size: 5.5″ x 8″
Pages: 144
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by the University of London Press Ltd. 88 more words

Sunken Treasure

So You’re Waiting to Hear Back from MFA Programs: Post Application Advice With Jordi Alonso

What did you do to get through the post application period?

Applications (mostly due in January and February) happened right in the middle of the busiest weeks of my semester at Kenyon, as the senior creative project that would let me graduate with this lovely clause appended to my English Major: with an emphasis in creative writing was due at the end of February. 266 more words

MFA

The "Word-Faith" Movement

The ‘Word of Faith Movement’ (WOF) which began in the mid 20th century covers a variety of Christian denominations. It’s teachers are very popular. If you walk into any Christian bookstore (especially in Nigeria), the first 10 books you will likely find are written by these Faith teachers. 1,567 more words

Critiques

52/52: Week 9 - Close to Home, Then and Now (John Oades)

I have a very, very good reason for missing Week 8 of this challenge: I was “across the pond” doing genealogy research. The theme for Week 9 was even fitting for telling this story; I was not close to my home, but I got the rare opportunity to do overseas genealogical research somewhere that was close to the home of my ancestors: Southampton, Hampshire, England. 1,144 more words

52 Weeks