Oh, all the places you’ll go: Best spring break activity

ADAM FELCYN | Evergreen columnist

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Whether you are headed east or south, there is one spring break option that is better than all the peace and quiet you could ask for. It doesn’t matter if you are taking a plane or jumping in the car, WSU students have made it clear through their votes that traveling is the best way to spend a break. 

After mental exhaustion, midterms and long days in the library, spring break is almost upon us. As tests push students to their limits, the dream of escaping Pullman is on everyone’s mind. Not that there is anything wrong with Washington, but there is a certain appeal to adventure. 

Vegas, the beach and other destinations are all great ways to get your mind off of work and cut loose for a week. Others might be traveling to see family or friends out of state. It doesn’t matter if you are trying to party hearty or get away for a hunting trip – just getting away from our normal lives is relaxing enough. 

Reporting by Adam Felcyn




Cabo San Lucas

When it comes to the top spring break, one of the top locations to experience is Cabo San Lucas.

Spring break is a time to enjoy some warm weather and get wild. With an average spring break temperature of 77 F, you can enjoy a day at the beach or even walking around town without feeling uncomfortable.

On my trip to Cabo last year, my favorite activities were beach-related. Cabo offers wave runners, parasailing, glass-bottomed boat rides, deep-sea fishing, and snorkeling.

When the day winds down, there are several shops, bars, and restaurants to enjoy with friends and family. If you don’t want to spend too much money on food or gifts, taquerias sell authentic and delicious tacos for fairly cheap, and there are small trinkets being sold on the street.

Everything you could ask of a tropical paradise, Cabo offers.

Reporting by Christina Theel



Let’s face it – the life of a college student can be incredibly stressful.

Whether it’s the next quiz, the paper that needs two more sources and 500 more words, the next housing, car, or whatever payment, eventually it all adds up.

That’s when it’s good to just take a moment (or two, or two thousand) and just chill. For spring break, it’s good to get out and have fun with friends, but relaxing is also a solid way to spend it.

Methods for relaxation include, but are not limited to: the wearing of sweatpants, watching TV, sitting in a very comfy sofa, and so much more. Make sure to come back refreshed and recharged.

Reporting by Kathryn Snyder