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Afflicted With Senioritis – A Progressive Disease

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My name is Aniket Adhikari, I am an editor on the Lambert Post, and in November of 2017, I was diagnosed with one of the most pervasive and widespread epidemics sweeping high schools across the country right now: Senioritis. While the popular adult narrative of Senioritis involves irresponsible teenagers skipping school, letting their grades spiral out of control, and going into a state of dormancy for the remaining few months of high school, Senioritis is a natural response to a fleeting high school career, a desire to connect with peers and the environment. This is the photo diary of my life following the onset of my Senioritis. 

As a teenager with Senioritis, I spend a lot of time eating, traveling, and reminiscing. When I was diagnosed in November, I knew I only had a few more months to live (my current life). I started integrating trips to Atlanta so I could fully take in my surroundings before I pass. This is street art of the clown Pennywise from the horror sensation, IT, found in the outskirts of Atlanta.

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