Five reasons to stay in your dorm this week

Geese in front of Spellmann act fierce to defend themselves against students who pass by the building early on Friday, March 24, 2017.
Photo by Madi Nolte

MATT HAMPTON | Reporter

Do you want to avoid the dreary weather and the wrath of the migrating Canadian Geese on campus?  Here are five fun activities you can do without leaving your dorm this week.  

1. Watch the March Madness championship.

Monday at 8:20, Michigan and Villanova will face off in the final game of the 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.  

2. Browse the LU Tree and Wheel Club Instagram.

A mysterious group known as the LU Tree and Wheel Club frequently updates its popular Instagram profile with humorous yet absurd tree- and wheel-related memes.  

3. Watch some groovy content on Netflix. 

Lindenwood University’s online news publication, Lindenlink.com, provides a list of the shows and movies coming to and leaving Netflix this weekNetflix’s extensive library includes thousands of other entertaining titles, though somehow never what you’re trying to watch.  

4. Sink into the warmth of your dorm bed.  

For hard-working (or hard-partying) students who stay up late, taking a nap can offer an opportunity to leave all your troubles behind and sink back into the cozy comfort of your sheets.  

5. Order some delectable delivery.

Several St. Charles restaurants deliver to campus, including Imo’s, Domino’s, Papa John’s and the sandwich shop owned by his son, Jimmy. This activity requires interacting with a delivery person.  

This article is an April Fool’s Day parody of the weekly “Five reasons to leave your dorm this week” article.

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Matt is our sports editor and a general assignment reporter. Outside of Lindenlink, Matt is the treasurer of the Advertisers Desiring Success and Public Relations Club. In his free time, he likes to read, watch Netflix, and hang out with his friends. Matt graduated from McCluer North High School in Florissant, Missouri, and he has interned with the St. Louis Press Club and competed in the National Student Advertising Competition.