A final to-do list for procrastinators

Amanda Fronczak, Co-Humor Editor

June 11 marks the day of freedom for the Class of 2022, but before they start throwing their graduation caps in the air, there is some business to take care of. This is the only to-do list seniors won’t want to procrastinate on. 


  1. Unfollow the entire student body on Instagram 

Seniors’ fingers are about to be sore from clicking the unfollow button about 200 times. That one guy you had every single class with freshman year and haven’t seen since: unfollow. The girl you park next to and make awkward eye contact with every morning, unfollow. Clean out that Instagram feed to your heart’s content. 


  1. Stop looking for your Chromebook 

Since seniors are allowed to keep their Chromebooks, the Class of 2022 may do as they please with them. If you haven’t seen your Chromebook in months, don’t sweat it. If you have both your Chromebook AND the charger, you deserve an award.


  1. Clean out your camera roll 

Your storage will finally be free after deleting all those pictures of notes from the whiteboard you swear you’d look at again. As soon as you receive that diploma, whip out your phone and purge those pics. 


  1. Burn your homework 

Do you know what math assignments, history essays and chemistry flashcards all have in common? They all make good kindling. Grab a match and some marshmallows to make a fire, and celebrate the last four years of hard work and missing assignments. 

Cheers to you, Class of 2022! You deserve it!