Finals week is coming faster than most people expected because, like always, the semester has flown by. Now is the best time to get crack-a-lackin and get a head start on those pesky finals in order to show up your classmates by getting a stellar grade and ruining the grading curve for the rest of the class.
On Feb. 3, Netflix released a new original series, “Santa Clarita Diet”. Starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, this horror-comedy is a great show to relax to and enjoy with friends.
Winter Running by Andrew Waters
Since it is the beginning of a new year, there is an emphasis on resolutions of getting in shape and working out.
It’s a new semester and with it brings another level of procrastination, and what better to procrastinate with than a whole new array of Netflix releases.
“March straight on to Netflix!” the writer typed, desperately trying to come up with a March-related theme for this month’s New on Netflix column.
The semester is in full swing, and that means it’s time to turn our attention towards college life’s greatest enigma: how best to avoid our responsibilities.
Let me preface this by saying that I, too, was once a “Netflix ‘til I die” kind of girl. But then, one cold, college night, Netflix failed me.
There are some pretty interesting ways to procrastinate in this world, but Netflix is an awfully fabulous standby. Netflix isn’t a fair-weather friend who’ll abandon you at the first sight of “homework” or “relationships.” Netflix sticks with you through your lazy days and lets you procrastinate, no judgement.