Sleeping Classmate’s Nose Almost Touches Chest

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WESTWOOD—Fourth-year Economics major Judy Caplin reported that her sleeping classmate’s nose had almost touched his chest during a philosophy lecture early Tuesday morning. “He was sitting right next to me and I saw him fall asleep around ten minutes into class—I really thought it was possible,” said Caplin, adding that the primary obstacle to contact between her classmate’s nose and chest was his chin. “As his head slowly dropped, his chin settled firmly at the base of his neck. Achieving contact seemed pretty unlikely at that stage, when he suddenly moved his head to the side and his nose grazed his shoulder. That was pretty exciting.” At press time, Caplin continued to stare directly at her classmate in anticipation of his next move.