Guilty Pleasures: Excuse me while I procrastinate

Guilty Pleasures: Excuse me while I procrastinate

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When it comes time to do homework, some students “surprisingly” find themselves on their futon covered by a blanket with their cat curled up on them. They’re obviously “too tired” or “not feeling well enough to do their homework.” Some students said they shared these sentiments.

 

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Hannah Goodman, freshman English major

“Normally I just kind of end up being sidetracked by everything around me. If I have my phone lying there, I use my phone. If I have my computer, I’ll go on Facebook or something. Really, if there’s anything around me, I’ll use that as an excuse.”

 

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Alx Stickel / The Arbiter

Noah Rusk, freshman mechanical engineering major

“When I hear the TV going outside in the common room I always want to go out there and hang out with my friends and roommates.”

 

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Alx Stickel/ The Arbiter

Araceli Contreras, junior accounting major

“When I have a lot of work I feel like I don’t want to do, I just don’t do it. I just want to sleep.”

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Alx Stickel/ The Arbiter

 

Courtney Brandt, freshman psychology major

“I always go on Pintrest, pretty much just anything online.”

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Alx Stickel / The Arbiter

 

Trevor Comes, sophomore business major

“Facebook (and) I watch TV shows on Netflix.”