Make every weekend a ‘Spring Fling weekend’

By Kellie Belmonte
November 19, 2004

Cecelia Francisco

Everyone at this school loves to complain that there is nothing to do.

The common complaint is that there is nothing to do on the weekends and the weekend are so dead anyways. All those people who complain about how dead the weekends are, are usually the same people who go home every weekend.

Does anyone else see a problem with this or is it just me?

Yes, Cabrini College is a small school, but everyone knew that when they applied here. But what the residents of Cabrini College don’t realize is that it is really up to us on how much fun our school can be. Everyone says college is about the friends you make and the exploration of yourself.

This includes partying. We are at college, and we are supposed to be partying. And we could have this here, if everyone actually decided to stay for a whole weekend. It wouldn’t be boring if all your friends are here.

Are Thursday’s boring? I don’t think so.

A few weeks ago I visited another small school. It was no bigger than Cabrini. The difference between this school and that school was that everyone stayed on campus during the weekends. The weekend was crazy. There were so many parties that I couldn’t keep count. I met so many people and had so much fun.

The only example of real college life here at Cabrini is Spring Fling. Everyone raves about Spring Fling, saying “it’s the best night of the year.”

You know why it’s the best night of the year? Everyone stays here, gets together and parties with each other. It’s the one night a year that you know that almost no one will be going home because no one wants to miss out on the fun.

So I propose that everyone gives it a chance. Tell your friends. Tell your friends to tell their friends and get everyone to start staying here on the weekends.

Lets make every weekend a Spring Fling weekend.

Posted to the web by Cecelia Francisco

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