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To Darty or Not to Darty? That is the Question

By Katie Martin; For the Clock
On April 27, 2017

To Darty or Not to Darty? That is the Question 

Katie Martin

For The Clock

kmmartin5@plymouth.edu 

With the week’s winding down and the weather becoming increasingly better, it’s hard not to take advantage of the last days we have on campus. When you look outside your classroom window in the middle of a mundane lecture and see the crowds walking the sidewalks and smell the grilling burgers just remember; your education is more important than that darty.

Backyard shenanigans with endless possibilities for lively entertainment are in full swing this time of year. It’s not hard to walk down the streets of Pleasant and Russell without hearing the rowdy crowds and booming music. It’s at this time where you, as an up and coming individual in today’s functioning society, have to make the toughest decision of your life:

Do you spend more of the money you don’t have and delay your work? Or, do you give in to the academic mush that your brain has become at this point in the year and bust out that essay? 

The answer is simple and we look to the most important, complex, entangled and tour tours graphic you will encounter in your college career.

While a degree is fundamentally the reason you have come to college and work as hard as any student does, the importance of living out your col- lege years is at the highest peak. With nice weather and sun rays calling your name through the library windows, it’s hard to disagree that you can push that chemistry exam studying for tomorrow, or the next day, or the night before?

Sleep is a concept that is important to everyone but when it comes to this diagram it is put on the back burner, irrelevant until completely necessary. The decision is yours in the final weeks of this semester and we suggest you chose wisely.

Above all else if you darty, be a smart, responsible adult. If you do, however, choose to be that excellent student; don’t forget to check the snapchats you missed out on while you highlight that text about Aristotle's rhetoric. 

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