Skidmore Student to Set World Record for Most Work Ever

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                Students attend college expecting a challenge, but sophomore Kelly Litewate had no idea her challenges would go down in history forever. The bright-eyed student's workload is, like, literally, about to set the Guinness World Record for 'Most Work Ever'.

                "I literally have the most work ever this week," Litewate said in a statement to SkidNews.  "I have an exam and an essay and a take-home. Plus, I'm treasurer for my a capella group. Like, I'm supposed to go to a birthday party on Thursday, but I have so many papers that I'm only going to be able to stay for, like, three hours. I literally have never seen so much work in my life. Ever."

                 Litewate and her five best friends can be found on the fourth floor of the library late into most evenings.

                "She had, like, four coffees yesterday," one acquaintance reported. "It was crazy."

                Crazy, indeed. Litewate invites any students interested in watching her complete her history-making workload or offering copious amounts of sympathy to join her in the library. 

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