Snow is falling, Welsh is calling “snow days”

ESU student, Travis West, spent his snow day building an ESU sculpture in front of Monroe Hall. Photo Credit / Andrew Baer
ESU student, Travis West, spent his snow day building an ESU sculpture in front of Monroe Hall. Photo Credit / Andrew Baer

ESU student, Travis West, spent his snow day building an ESU sculpture in front of Monroe Hall.
Photo Credit / Andrew Baer

BY VALENTINA CAVAL

Editor-in-Chief

The weather traps everyone in the Stroudsburg area once again this week.

While you might not be able to get anywhere, the snow must go on.

These snowflakes will be bringing in over a foot around the area.

So do not worry about flaking on your classes.

ESU students do not let your course work avalanche just because you have some extra time on your hands.

Take this as an opportunity to plow through the semester. Set some time aside to make sure you clear the road for a promising semester.

That being said, even the busiest of students can be grateful for a day off.

Except that the busiest of students probably do not take a day off.

They shovel through their workload, and the winter wonderland just causes traffic jams in the agenda.

“The university closing may have caused an icy paralysis on campus, but my email account was certainly not frozen,” said President of Student Senate, Justin Amann, who spent most of his snow day making phone calls and responding to emails.

Either way ESU students cannot control the weather so they embrace it.

Some might be warming up with some brew, while others are content to be reading something that does not resemble a textbook.

While some recreational time is all well and good, it’s safe to say most of people would trade in the seven-inch blanket and take some sunny skies for a change.

“Enough is enough with this white stuff that seems to be falling from the sky every other week,” said junior Dylan Matsago.

Hate to break it to you Dylan, but there is more to come.

With three storms heading towards Stroudsburg this week, students can be sure that the weather will cripple all attempts at any productivity.

For those of you who have seen enough snow this winter to last you a lifetime: no need to worry the groundhog saw his shadow. Hats, scarves, and gloves off to those of you who are willing to gamble on that rodent.

Email Valentina at:

vc7521@live.esu.edu

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