The Student Life Editorial Board is here with some tips to help make St. Louis feel a little bit more like a picturesque spring break vacation locale.
Remember spring break last week? Are you still not over it? Don’t worry.
Just because you were chilling on a beach in Aruba over spring break doesn’t mean Student Life Sports wasn’t keeping careful tabs on the Washington University athletic scene. Now that you’re back, we’ve assembled the highlights for your reading pleasure.
Though breaks are supposed to be a symbol of relaxation and laziness, I often find myself laboring to find a new show to binge. Here is my guide to what you should watch over spring break.
Life goes on after spring break, believe it or not. Here are some ways that you can make the second half of your semester even better than your break.
Sometimes, you have to take the road less traveled. Sometimes, you have to look yourself in the mirror and know you took a risk. These are lessons I’ve learned from Dodge truck and Wells Fargo commercials, respectively. I try to apply them in my everyday life whenever possible.
Time to whip out your seasonal, rhinestone-encrusted jorts, everyone—it’s almost spring break. Some of us are staying on campus while others are going home to make sure their parents didn’t accidentally forget about them (at least, that was my intention). Some students are taking advantage of the week to go on a spring break service trip.
In several of our previous staff editorials, we have criticized the University’s scheduling, from the lengths of fall and Thanksgiving breaks to the timing of Parent and Family Weekend. However, spring break comes at just the right moment.
Here are three musically motivated events that will get you out of your St. Louis based depression.
While some will be jetting off to exotic locales like Miami, Cancun or Westchester, plenty of students will be staying in St. Louis for their break. Not to fear, though, there’s plenty to do in town with a week off, and Scene’s got you covered.