Wisconsin college course teaches students about ‘doing nothing’
A popular new college course called “Doing Nothing” is gaining popularity in the Midwest.
It’s course number 135 at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Professor Constance Kassor came up with the idea to help students who are overworked and overwhelmed.
There are no exams, no homework and no grades.
Students learn things like learning how to meditate, the art of Tai chi and more.
If you want to pass, you have to show up, participate, and leave your phone behind.
It’s currently the most popular class on campus.
Learn about some other class activities by watching the video.