Yes, yes it does exist.
Senioritis: A crippling disease that strikes seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts. Also features a lack of studying, repeated absences, and a generally dismissive attitude. The only known cure is a phenomenon known as [Graduation.
Now once you add sorority life into the picture, game changer. Not only do you “really try” to make it to all of the philanthropy, sisterhood and intramural events, you’re just “too busy” I mean it is your senior year after all. Your to busy applying for internships and jobs… right?
Oh so you missed chapter for the first time in four years?… you where simply writing your capstone thesis paper.
Lets face it, you physically CAN NOT go out every night of the weekend. The excuse, “but its my senior year” works for the first month.
Okay.. So norts and gamma shirts aren’t acceptable everyday. But your a senior, repeating outfits is not a big deal anymore, you just do it.
I’m a senior, “respect me.” The only way you will gain respect as a senior is if you earn it.
You’ve been to so many that all of the themes have been done numerous times. You don’t even know any of the new fraternity men, so whats the point?