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Spring Break Staycation

Spring Break was a little different this year, but Swatties were all smiles during last week's Staycation, thanks to over 35 events on campus, hosted by more than 10 different offices. 

Here are some of the highlights from last weeks programming, which included board games, BBQs, bow ties, and everything between:

Student wearing mask paints flowers on window.

Students painted the window of the Campus and Community Bookstore to welcome the Spring season.

Student wearing mask tosses red bean bag outdoors.

Cornhole was one of several backyard games available on Parrish Beach.

Students sit on steps of bell tower and eat lunch

Warm weather meant many outdoor meals for Swatties.

Student in yellow tank top plays carnival game with hammer

Students tested their strength at the high striker, one of several carnival games offered on Saturday.

Students wearing masks eat water ice from Rita's outdoors.

Frozen treats from Rita's helped students cool off in the warm weather.

Students practice yoga outdoors, posing with legs wide and arms outstretched.

The Scott Arboretum hosted an outdoor yoga session to celebrate the arrival of Spring.

Students sit on green grass on sunny day.

Students were also encouraged to spend time outdoors and reflect on the past year.

Student wearing mask and sunglasses uses laptop in blue hammock.

The array of activities included over 35 events, hosted by more than 10 different offices on campus.

Five students kneel near green fence and pull weeds from dirt.

On Saturday, Swatties planted beans and peas in the student-run Good Food Garden.   

Two students wearing masks hold up paintings of bare trees.

Public Safety staff member Kathy Agostinelli led students in a step-by-step painting of the landscape near Willets Hall.

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