BY TOM OKIN
Being a college student can be stressful. Classes, tests and projects can end up consuming all of your time. Luckily spring break is just around the corner to give students a break from the everyday responsibilities of being a student.
Some students who dorm on campus use their break as an opportunity to spend time with friends and family.
Theater major Anabel Vazquez will be returning to Miami where she will be meeting up with old friends and going to the beach.
Freshman musical theater major Sophie Stapler said she’s looking forward to seeing her family in Virginia again since they don’t get to spend enough time together.
Freshman biology major Ayyad Mulla plans on going upstate to Albany to visit family and go skiing.
Other students, such as sophomore business management major Brian Chang, plan on using the break to catch up with schoolwork.
“I’ll take most of the time to catch up with some homework. Maybe review my resume for my summer internship,” Chang said.
Student athletes, such as Bianca Comfuestea, will be using the time off to practice their sport. Comfuestea will be in Florida practicing tennis throughout the break.
Some students also plan on using the break to forget about school and relax, such as freshman musical theater major Zackery Deporter. Deporter plans on using the break to relax and not think about his major for a little bit.
Graduate student Monig Sankhe plans on going to Washington D.C. with friends.
“I will be at Washington D.C. for the spring break,” he said. “This is my first time in Washington D.C. so I’m planning to visit the Smithsonian and maybe go to the White House.”