Matadors share their strategies for avoiding campus solicitors

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Let’s be honest, how many times a day do you lie to those people hanging around campus with clipboards? You know, the people trying to get you to sign a petition related to organic food, medical marijuana or anything else you aren’t thinking about as you rush to class or get a smoothie from Juice it Up. Don’t worry, you are not alone. Every matador does it.

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