We Want To Hear Your Spring Break Horror Stories
For many students, spring break is a time to forget about school and relax at home. For others, it’s a week-long vacation you wish you could forget.
As students make their way back to campus after the first normal spring break in three years, many of us aren’t as relaxed and well-rested as we had hoped to be. Instead, we return back to Happy Valley exhausted, regretful, and with a lot less money in our wallets.
As we reflect on our past spring breaks, we’d like to hear from you! Do you have a spring break horror story that’s too good not to share? Tell your story in the Google Form below for a chance to be featured on our site.
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