The pandmeic has taken away many of the hallmarks of college life. Some, for better or worse, will eventually return. Others are gone for good. One of these lasting changes is the loss of some of our favorite Evanston haunts: Never again will you be able to stop by Andy's on a weeknight after a particularly bad midterm or make a Saturday morning run to Unicorn cafe for a chai latte. So, one last time, take a trip with us and find out what recently closed Evanston restaurant you are.
What's the most haunted place on campus?
How've you been doing this quarter?
Lesser of dining hall evils?
Your Zoom background?
How are you trying to recreate the on-campus experience?
Which student org do you most frequently mock?
Your Norbucks order of pre-COVID times?
You love the chase of becoming as quirky as possible. In quarantine, you probably perfected your baking skills, made roller skating TikToks and started a side hustle. You have far too sophisticated taste to ever touch 99-cent ramen.
You are #NotThriving. Life sucks, Zoom sucks, the world sucks and you spend most of the day in bed. You live for bread bowls and giant cookies to numb the pain with a carb-induced insulin rush. Netflix is the only thing you chill with as deadlines fly by because time has no meaning and life is pointless anyway.
You're like those giant sundaes: beautiful, but overhyped. You're an extrovert with wild memories from North Campus dorms, and there's a good chance you put the wasted in Northwasted.
Caffeine addiction is your main personality trait. Your notes are probably color-coded and hyper-organized to hide your paralyzing fear of failure beneath pastel highligher. You're a coffee snob and have quite possibly been considered a snob in general.