Alex Zastre, Age 18, Studying: Education (History and Geography)
"I have to volunteer for one of my classes, and then probably catch up on some schoolwork. It’s a nice break to have."
Jordan Coulter, Age 20, Studying: Business
"No, probably see what happens."
Jess Kull, Age 20, Studying: Economics
"To relax, ideally to read but I doubt that’ll happen. Pretty much nothin’."
Kwadna Kesseh, Age 30, Studying: Masters in Governance
"Just stay back home and just read."
Liam Valgardson, Age 20, Studying: Political Science
"I’ve a couple of assignments due on the Monday and Wednesday right after, so I’m thinking I’ll take the nights to just relax and spend that time socializing and with myself and then use a noral work day to get ahead of things for the end of semester."
Chinsolum Chingbo, Age 18, Studying: No Major yet
“I have an exam the following week, a bio exam, and that’s probably what I’m going to be studying for during Reading Week… I feel like it was kind of pointless putting Reading Week when they did because so far most of my friends have most of the exams before Reading Week, so then what’s the point, having Reading Week when you have most of your exams beforehand.”
Published in Volume 70, Number 18 of The Uniter (February 4, 2016)