story | photos Regina Marie Lee
With a new year and a fresh semester, we asked students to share their New Year’s resolutions. Some hope to eliminate a bad habit, or are resolved to adopt good ones, like loving more or going vegetarian. Increased productivity, better health and being more moral were all important motivations for students interviewed.
“I will quit playing DotA. I used to spend 20 hours a week playing, but I haven’t touched DotA since the semester started and I have so much free time now!”
“I think this school could do with more love and I want to be the one to love more radically and spread that. To start, I’m making it a point to love three people in the school and inculcate that loving nature from there.”
“I’m going to eat less, visit the gym, and climb the stairs to my room at least after every class. Look out for Jason 2.0.”
“I want to venture out of my room more often, but I’m not doing very well for my first week.”
“I am aiming to become a vegetarian eventually and only eat meat out of necessity. To start, I am eating one vegetarian meal a day to acclimatize myself.”