Daytime activities heat up Spring Fling

By The Loquitur staff
April 21, 2005

Cecelia Francisco

Spring Fling hosted a variety of activities on the lawn behind the Mansion during the day Saturday. The mechanical bull was a new addition this year and was a big hit with students. Students looked on with amusement as their friends tried desperately to hang on as long as possible, only to be thrown onto the air bag below. Other activities, such as the moon bounce and the rock-climbing wall, gave students an opportunity to show off their physical abilities and have a good laugh too. For those who preferred to keep their feet firmly on the ground, there were carnival games and a make-your-own sign table, which allowed students to customize their own street signs.

Several local bands also played on the patio behind the Mansion while students enjoyed the activities. The band Son of Glam covered a variety of classic ’80s tunes and provided welcome background music. Many Cabrini student bands were given the chance to perform as well. The popular radio station Wired 96.5 also added to the variety of music for the day and also gave away free stuff. Students who worked up an appetite were thankful for the free barbeque, popcorn and the soft pretzels sold by student organizations. Students enjoyed all of the attractions and the beautiful weather on this Spring Fling weekend.

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