By Kyle Doyle
The days grow longer, the sense of freedom grows stronger and the work ethic plummets. No longer do the feelings of school work anxiety and pressure to keep grades up plague the senior as he or she aimlessly walks from class to class, blissfully aware of the feelings of apathy they are experiencing.
The senior I’m describing has the dreaded sickness known as Senioritis.
“I have a severe case of senioritis,” said a senior that declined to be named for the fear teachers would know just how lazy they really are. “It has been with me for pretty much all of high school, but it’s been especially bad this final semester.”