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Chill Out at SPA’s Relaxation Week

Let’s face it, it’s the end of the semester, which usually means you’re stressed if you’re a college student. But you’re in luck! This week, SPA is holding its annual Relaxation Week on the first floor of the HUB from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each day there will be a different free activity available to take your mind off of the impending projects and tests.

These activities include:

Tuesday Dec. 11: A photo booth where you can take middle school style photos and have some fun.
Wednesday Dec. 12: Lucky bamboo — a description so ambiguous that it must be awesome.
Thursday Dec. 13: Massage chairs and University Health Services’ mobile de-stress zone, which is sure to be a hit. If you’ve never received a professional massage, here’s your chance.
Friday Dec. 14: Tie dye shirts with Blue and White Society — finally see what those weekly emails are all about!

For more information, check out this Facebook event.

Be sure to take a break this week, and good luck with finals!

About the Author

Bailey Siegel

Bailey is a Public Relations major and Psychology and Sociology minor from right outside Washington D.C. with a passion for Penn State Football and good music.


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