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Springbreakacitis

Joe McVeenSun, sand, shades, the sound of warm waves and a tropical tune. Words like these have been dominating the minds of Kenston students for the past few weeks. As the famed 10-day long Spring Break approaches, a decrease in focus and lack of motivation to complete homework assignments have resulted for once-diligent Kenstonians. To combat this decrease in good-student-ism, some parents have resorted to locking their children in their rooms and demanding an increase in assignment productivity. This approach, however, may only result in said child listening endlessly to tropical tunes by Jimmy Buffett and Kenny Chesney alone in their room, waiting for the minute their educational obligations end and their Spring Break begins.

From Home Page Symptoms of this "Springbreakacitis", as it has been called by many Kenston students, can include the following: Slipping grades and a substantial amount of energy put towards purchasing a cool pair of shades. Although this detrimental disease is truly frightening for Kenstonian grades at the end of the quarter this week; luckily, the best cure to Springbreakacitis is Spring Break itself, and these symptoms will sieze to be a problem when school convenes again after Spring Break.