HWS Spring Bucket List
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HWS Spring Bucket List

HWS Spring Bucket List

This list was inspired by my own "to -dos" at HWS this spring, and also by my friends. Whether these are a tradition or something new, hopefully we can all check these off.

1. Skip the library for the day and spend a whole day on the quad; maybe even get a tan.

2. Explore that enormous beautiful new building for performing arts, even if we don't have a class in there.

3. Go sledding down the WS hill (on a Saga lunch tray, maybe).

4. Bagel and Cakes to help out that hangover.

5. Spend a whole day on the dock.

6. Survive the winter.

7. Also, don't get sick from the brutal weather.

8. Trivia night at Eddie O'Briens.

9. Absolutely go see T-Pain and relive those middle school dance memories.

10. Make it to Slope Day at Cornell this year.

11. Go to the chili festival in Ithaca.

12. Thrift shopping at Salvo and numerous places downtown.

13. Get up on that Tower of Demarest.

14. Go to an Alternative Buffalo concert.

15. Visit Niagara Falls.

16. Wing night at Eddie O'Briens.

17. Get on TWIP, because that is always the ultimate goal of anything we do.

18. Do everything on this list and still make it onto the Dean's List.

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