Source. “What will make me feel the least sweaty?”
With great heat comes great responsibility. Okay, maybe not, but it’s still a hassle to search for cute clothes to wear in the summer that won’t make you feel sweaty and miserable all day.
As the thermometer hits triple digits for the first few times this season, it’s easy to spot those of us who weren’t prepared for the fiery pit of lava that is Riverside from May to mid-September. Though it’s easy enough to sacrifice fashion in the name of not getting heat stroke, finding appropriate and fashionable clothing really isn’t as hard as it may seem.
At orientation before my freshman year, my group played a balloon exercise. Every activity that required time and attention was written on a separate balloon and the goal was to try to keep all the balloons in the air in order to give each activity each some time. Well, let me just say that the act of trying to balance all of these things was portrayed accurately by that exercise. For a lot of us, college consists of the part-time job, significant other, fraternity or sorority, and most importantly…sleep. What’s the key to keeping things balanced, you ask?
After a week packed with finals, energy drinks and an hour of sleep not fit for a sloth, the words “spring break” have never sounded so beautiful. Now that finals are over, there’s still one more question most students have to deal with: what to do now? Catch up with all episodes of Game of Thrones? Get on building that resume? Sleep? All of the above? These decisions constantly haunt me. 7 days full of NO SCHOOL. What in the name of Xena am I going to do with all this time? Well, Google is here to the rescue. Here are 6 ways to get the most out of your spring break.
Finals are over, stress is relived, and spring break is finally here. What is the destination on your agenda? New York, Florida, maybe somewhere outside the country? For those of you that will be taking a trip to celebrate the freedom before spring quarter, here are a few tips to make your travels an even more enjoyable experience.
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