By PLA Zoe
Like many, I enjoy watching television. Sometimes I get so into a show that I can’t stop watching it. Last year it was Walking Dead, last semester it was Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and this term it’s Battlestar Galactica.
Sometimes it’s so hard to close Project Free TV, put away the Mini Eggs, and get back to work. And a lot of the time the show is just so much more interesting than whatever studying I have to do. But the thing is, I often feel really guilty after going on a four hour TV binge instead of studying. So why do I do it?
What I’ve come to realize is that there is no point fretting about the fact you watched too much TV, because then you’re eating up the time you do have to get back on track with school. The fact is you probably watched so many episodes because you needed the break, and now you’re refreshed. The fact is you now have an arsenal of viewing material you can actually USE to help you study.
Wait what? That last point was kinda random. Let me explain. I needed to memorize the 20 amino acids but all I could think about were the 12 Cylon models and how they and their army of machines would infiltrate the drastically falling human population in the depths of space. That’s when two worlds collided (heh, get it, Battlestar Galactica is set in space and I said worlds collide, like planets?) and I started making these: