Sure, you told yourself you would start hitting the library at 7 p.m. this quarter, but who are you kidding? You have nothing going on tonight. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Do you actually want to go to this speaker? Sure, Hilton Als won the Pulitzer Prize, but so did those books you were required to read in high school but used Sparknotes for instead. He may be the lead theater critic for The New Yorker, but your only experience with that publication is reading an article someone sent you and thinking, “That’s so well done,” before promptly closing the tab. Are you actually interested in seeing Hilton Als?

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