Clarionion | Marsha M. Allo
"The laundry machines are awfully confusing," one student commiserated.
Students at Bethel University have noticed that one freshman wears the same clothes every day.
“At first I just thought it was his signature style or something,” said a passerby student, Alex Hendri. “But now I’m starting to believe that he just doesn’t know how to do laundry.”
“It could just be that he has multiple shirts that are exactly the same. I mean, that’s common,” said Molly Jolt, a student who sees the freshman after her 2:25-3:40 p.m. class every Tuesday and Thursday.
Some students like the freshman’s style.
“I like that outfit on him, so it doesn’t bother me that he wears it everyday,” said one student. Another commented, “I didn’t know how to do laundry as a freshman, so I totally know what he’s going through.”
When asked about his wardrobe, the student commented, “I have to go to class.”
Whatever the reasoning is behind this freshman’s repeating wardrobe, students have decided not to care.
“He’ll figure it out one day,” commented Hendri.