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The Curious ‘Cat: Almost Perfect Weather vs. Studying

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This week, the Curious ‘Cat asks Villanova students, “When the weather’s this nice, how do you get your studying done?

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Mikaela Yatsinko—“I lie outside … and read my work. I study outdoors.”

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Paul Pergolizzi—“For me it really doesn’t matter how good the weather is. I usually just come right into the library. At the present time, it’s usually where I end up studying. … Sometimes I’ll eat outside if it’s this nice.”

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Marsha Richard—“I definitely have to be organized and set a time aside to study. And when the weather is this nice, I’ll study outside if I need to … to be able to have the best of both worlds.”

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Christie Leonard—“I try to study inside. It’s very tempting, going outside. I just try to push everything else out of my mind except for my work. I’ve found that writing a ‘to do’ list with check boxes to check things off really helps me. That way I can see what I’m doing, and it helps me concentrate more. I think focusing is the biggest thing.”

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Michael Bigley—“I try to remain inside; it helps to keep me from distractions. But I think it’s important to enjoy the weather, so I also like to study outside.”

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Molly McGuinness—“I take a lot of breaks outside. So I’ll study for an hour then I’ll go side outside with friends for fifteen minutes. … It works.”


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