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KOH | Occasion’s Over — As a substitute, Work Onerous and Relaxation Tougher

My typical week — just like many different Cornellians — begins with a drowsy stroll to Baker Laboratory for my 9 a.m. class and a every day cup of espresso from Libe Café, and ends in yawn-infested nights at Duffield Corridor. On the finish of the week, maybe an evening out with associates: pumping music vibrating by means of throngs of our bodies and flashing lights. On this manner, Cornell displays the broader American school expertise: a duality of late nights learning and late nights partying — or in different phrases, the “work onerous, play onerous” mentality.

Right here at Cornell College, this mentality runs deep amongst college students. On Wednesdays, teams of scholars trek the streets of Collegetown because the clock strikes midnight for Stage B’s notorious, glowing fishbowls — tanks of blended drinks accessorized with neon straws. Different days, Hideaway, one other native bar, boasts a line of Cornellians ready to enter the teeming crowd of scholars simply past the doorways. Fridays and Saturdays are largely reserved for fraternity events, held at homes at which lots of individuals crowd the doorways. After a traumatic week of prelims, caffeine and races in opposition to deadlines, what might be a greater reward than six photographs and blasting music?

Whereas at first look, this mentality is innocent and even iconic of Cornell and American faculties, it might probably unveil a poisonous tradition that’s ingrained into college students and even normalized — one which pressures folks into going out regardless of the various dangers of partying.