It’s that time of year again — mid-terms. Students are consuming large quantities of caffeine, neglecting sleep like professionals and hiding in the booths of Muddy. Early in the morning, a few students were willing to talk about their ability to remain calm and what they do when they are not studying.
Chelsea Greenlee ’13, Harrisburg, Pa.: I remain clam by doing an exorbitant amount of napping. During free time, I get mad that I am not currently studying and then stress over that. Oh, but sometimes I watch “Lost.”
Jennifer Biggs ’13, Arnold Md.: What is calm? I don’t remain calm… I haven’t figured that out yet. In my free time, I eat, sleep, and sleep and prepare myself for more studying
Evan LaTourette ’12, Stony Brook Ny.: I don’t really remain calm. When I’m not studying I play soccer, hang out, don’t think about school.
Nicole Houck ’12, Hollidaysburg, Pa.: I don’t have free time during midterms. When I am not in class, I am studying. Today, I holed up in the library for 17 hours, with a break for class and a meal. I remain calm because I’m not wasting time freaking out.
Emma Ruggery ’12, Duncansville, Pa.: During Mid-terms I stay calm by singing in random places. During my free time I will either play piano and or work on my paint by numbers. No lie.
-Erin Kreischer ’13, Juniata Online Journalist