When the cards fly and the game rapidly unfolds, nothing else really matters. Your brain is so absorbed with numbers and colors that you can’t possibly think about anything else.
On a weekend night that should’ve featured chaotic decisions, my friends and I instead gathered for a debate. Under the fluorescent lights of Gonzaga Hall, we discussed a critical subject: the politics of the laundry room.
“Maintaining old friendships and gaining new ones means striking a balance between focusing on schoolwork and focusing on our well-being.”
Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando left Blick Art Materials with more than cardstock, glue sticks, and a coloring book.