What’s in a guilty pleasure?

What's in a guilty pleasure?

Harini Shyamsundar

Students come clean about hidden crazes and favorite obsessions.

[dropcap1]F[/dropcap1]or some, a guilty pleasure is equivalent to obsessively following a TV show or belting out karaoke when their parents aren’t at home. For others, the term “guilty pleasure” has a milder connotation, with the “guiltiness” referring to the idea that these students feel most comfortable pursuing these activities when they are alone.

With Thanksgiving break right around the corner, students are ready to indulge in the activities that bring them the most happiness. Here are some students that have gotten a head start.

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Photo by Harini Shyamsundar.
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Photo by Kathleen Yuan.


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Photo by Anjali Bhat.
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Photo by Kathleen Yuan.