After a three hour long study session in the SciLi with her friend Dana Trescot, junior Amrita Sharma reported that Trescot spent the whole study period asking her what she was working on. “Dana said that she really needed to study for her chemistry exam, but when we started, she just constantly asked what I was doing,” explained Sharma, who had to take her headphones off every time Trescot took a break to ask her “how’s it going?” or to show her a picture of a cute puppy on Instagram. “Eventually, I pretended not to hear her, but then she started tapping my shoulder or coming around to look at my computer screen. I think I managed to write one sentence of my paper in those three hours.” At press time, Trescot took another study break.
Friend Who Wanted To Study Together Just Keeps Asking What You're Working On
Published Friday, December 7th, 2018