It’s April. You’ve made it through Spring break and you can almost see the finish line of your Spring semester. We wanted to give you a few tips on how to finish this semester strong.
- If you haven’t renewed your lease, start there! We want to keep you as a resident!
- If you haven’t signed a lease, consider us! You will love living with us!
- Organize everything- make sure you have all of your notes from your classes together so you can pass those tests!
- Go to the library- it’s the best place to study, and see friends. Just make sure you’re quiet!
- Ask for help! Don’t be afraid to talk to your professors and ask for help!
- Plan something fun with friends- we all know this is the busiest time of the year, and you may not get to see them as much as you want!
- Utilize your free time- take advantage of the time you have when nothing is going on. Get some sleep, read a good book, watch a movie, hang out with friends, or go on a trip! Just make some memories.
Get out there and finish strong! This is the best time of your life!
Two of the biggest things celebrated during March are the start of Spring and St. Patrick’s Day- what’s not to love about either one of those?! Below you will find some fun facts and information on both that will help you prepare for the celebrations.
Spring Time Greatness
Spring, also known as the Vernal Equinox, officially begins on March 20th
Our clocks will spring ahead for Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 12th
The term Spring or “springtime” refer to the idea of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.
The season Spring brings with it the ability to start enjoying more outside activities that you may not be able to do in the Winter season. These can include: Camping, Fishing, Flying a Kite, Playing Mini Golf & Starting your garden! More activities can be found here!
All Things Green
St. Patrick’s Day, commonly referred to as St. Paddy’s Day, is on March 17th
Corned Beef & Cabbage is a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish that originated in New York and not Ireland. Find some great Irish recipes here!
The popularity of Shamrocks and Four Leaf Clovers stems from St. Patrick using these plants to explain the holy trinity to the Irish.
St. Patrick’s Day cannot be complete unless you are wearing green and everything around you is green! When celebrating, some show their Irish pride more than others. Take a look here!