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Too Much Homework or Too Much Procrastination?

Too Much Homework or Too Much Procrastination?

Scarlet Edwards, Copy/Style Editor
September 20, 2016
Filed under Columns, Showcase

    It’s five weeks into the school year, classes are in full swing, and the homework load is piling up. Complaints about the masses of homework assigned are common amongst students, but is it really as much as it seems, or are there other outside complications affecting time spent on homewo...

When Procrastination Strikes

When Procrastination Strikes

Melissa Rodriguez
September 6, 2016
Filed under El Mo News, FrontlineFeed

The return of school also means the return of our deadly enemy: Procrastination. To some, procrastination is seen as the worst thing that can happen to a student, but to others it is a blessing. Procrastination distracts us from putting our full effort into an assingment. It does not allow us to...

Procrastination: The Fine Art of a Teenager

Procrastination: The Fine Art of a Teenager

Everett Earl, Photographer
March 27, 2016
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Little is procrastination given any credit for being anything but evil. Ultimately blamed for late assignments and poor grades, procrastination is scarcely recognized for the great work that periodically flowers from its process. Instinctual thought is seen to be a pure flow of ideas coming straight...

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