Upon entering the Atlantic Dining Hall on Friday, FAU freshman Daniel Murphy decided that he would eat his meal alone. After finding a table to himself in the far back corner of the room, a sense of vigorous familiarity overtook Murphy, as distinct memories of sitting alone from three days prior came streaming back to him. “I was sitting in the same seat as I am now!” a gleeful Murphy exclaimed, while consuming a plate of what was supposedly fish. “Although, I did decide to be a little audacious this time around and not order the pizza like I usually do. Between you and me, the pizza here kind of tastes like cardboard, but it’s okay because I know that they’re trying their best.” When asked whether he ever feels self-conscious about sitting alone, Murphy stated that “here at FAU, nobody is ever truly alone.” At press time, Murphy was seen deliberating whether he’d purchase a ticket for one to see a matinee of Sophie and the Rising Sun at the Living Room Theaters, or just go back to his dorm to take a nap.