The semi-annual economics slumber party happened last night on the 10th floor if the IAB.  However, the competitive nature of these students emerged and things took a turn from last semester’s jolly gathering.  Instead of engaging in traditional games, sleepers fought to see who could most aggressively ignore everyone else in the hallway.  Tactics included ear-enveloping headphones, Kindles with automatic recordings of a librarian’s “shh!” played every 5 minutes, and eye-rolling to a friend on videochat.  In the end, no one won, but everyone was given a consolation prize: a position in their preferred seminar.