The Ultimate Michigan State, Senior Year Bucket List
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My senior year at MSU has finally begun and I want to make sure I get the best out of it. There are many things my friends and I have wanted to do, but have not gotten around to over the past few years. Here’s a list of 25 things you can do with friends, family, or even yourself even if you aren’t a Spartan!

1. Eat at every cafeteria

2. Find the musical tiles

3. Tailgate before most of the home football games

4. Go to Uncle John’s Cider Mill

5. Finish the shot tour at Tin Can

6. Have a picnic next to the Red Cedar

7. Visit all the “haunted” places on campus

8. Try as many Dairy Store ice cream flavors as possible

9. Get a picture with Sparty

10. Paint the Rock

11. Take a picture at the Spartan Statue

12. Get through the whole year without receiving a parking ticket

13. Go to Golden Harvest for breakfast

14. Meet Tom Izzo/Mark Dantonio

15. Sneak into Spartan Stadium

16. Celebrate a sporting event victory in Cedar Village

17. Go to the Planetarium

18. Go to the Eli Broad Art Museum

19. Go to a Frat party at least once

20.Go tubing in the Red Cedar

21. Try as many restaurants/bars on Grand River (i.e. Peanut Barrel, Beggar’s Banquet, Harper’s)

22. Walk around the whole campus at least once (and visit each building)

23. Go to Dublin’s for St. Patrick’s Day

24.Visit your freshman year dorm room

25. Try not to fail your last semester due to senioritis

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