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The Batt Asks: “What are you doing on your extra day off?”

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Candace Tu, finance freshman: “I’m thinking about going to the Rec because I’m hoping there’s not going to be a lot of people there. I’m not even halfway there yet, but I’m already regretting my decision.”

With classes cancelled, Aggies on campus make the most of their unexpected free time. 

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  • James Anderson, renewable natural resources freshman: “I’m finishing my fundamentals of chemistry module because that’s not due for another week or so, but I want to get it done before I start classes. And reading my textbooks that I have to read.”

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  • Jonathan Chu, engineering freshman: “I’m just walking around trying to find some friends to hang out with on a cold day like this.”

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  • Karthik Rao, physics freshman: “I have a five page essay that’s due so I’m just doing that. I was supposed to do it over the break but that didn’t work out.”

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  • Kirida McDaniels, engineering freshman: “On my extra day off I actually think I have a head cold or it’s from allergies, because I’m from Austin so cedar and mold is very high right now. So I’m just kind of coming down from that and I thought Beutel was open, but it’s wasn’t so I was like ‘Well let me go get some pizza.’”

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