With Professors and Students Sucked into Netflix Vortex, Classes Will Not Resume After Spring Break at Most Universities



March means spring break for colleges and universities all around the U.S. While there are a number of students who do the stereotypical Mexico-and-tequila pairing, many students take their week off to relax, step away from their books, and just hang out.

Professors, apparently, have the same idea as their students. Investigations show
that over the last couple weeks, many professors and students have holed up in their respective residencies and have taken their week off to catch up on Netflix shows.

Some university administrators are worried that this so-called vortex will keep professors from teaching and students from showing up to class.

“They know it’s important to continue, so I hope they’ll all show up,” said one Dean of Students of a local university who wished to remain anonymous. “But on the other hand, I can see why they wouldn’t want to come back…” Torn between these two thoughts, the dean could not answer any more questions.

March 24, 2016

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C. LaPara Cailley LaPara is currently an undergraduate at George Washington working towards a BA in International Affairs and English, with a minor in Creative Writing. She spends most of her time providing comic relief to the pressures of this highly competitive city, even if she’s the only one laughing. Her comic relief outlets include being a writer for The Collard and the founder of an on-campus comedy-writing group. Other hobbies include writing, reading, sleeping (if there’s time), Gilmore Girls, running, and making up songs in weird voices about whatever she’s doing in that moment. Her roommate loves her for it

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