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After my busy weekdays—running from class to lunch, from class again to soccer or frisbee practice, and then doing homework—weekends happen. With them come space, breathing room—and on one particular Saturday night last week—too much time to think.
My roommate and I didn't know what to do with our time. Who would we call? We were tempted to stay in our dorm room and watch a movie, as always, but we had told ourselves we'd get out of our seats and meet people. Crowning ourselves friendless was too easy, and our thrones were getting too comfortable.
About the author
Julie Furbush is from Mamaroneck, New York. She is a sophomore at Tufts University.
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