Creative Campus Tips: Things to do on sunny days

Creative Campus Tips: Things to do on sunny days

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Website Editor

With the end of the semester approaching, and the sun shining down, it becomes troublesome to figure out how to best use your time. Is staying in your room studying the best option, or should you go out and embrace the outdoors? For those of you who agreed with the latter, here are some suggestions on what to do in that glorious spring sunshine.


  1.  Take a hike


Visit Kohler-Andrae State park and stretch out your legs. If you’ve already taken my advice and checked out Kohler-Andrae, try out Indian Mounds State Park.
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  1.  Go Mini-Golfing


Mini-Golfing is a laid back activity that is perfect for blowing off homework. Try out Harbor Pointe Miniature Golf in Sheboygan for your next adventure.
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  1.  Touch the flagpole


We all have wanted to touch the Acuity flagpole sometime in our life. Why not today? From a distance, this behemoth seems average, but up close and personal the pole is larger than life.
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  1.  Check out Downtown Plymouth


Downtown Plymouth is a beautiful strip of small shops that makes the perfect Sunday stroll, even if you don’t buy anything.
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  1.  Lay out on the grass


There are a few luscious fields ripe for the sittin’ around campus. Grab your blanket, a good book and a cold glass of lemonade and stretch out in the sunshine.
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  1.  Partake in a game of catch


When is the last time you threw around the old pigskin? Grab some buddies and let loose: those luscious fields are calling. Just make sure not to step onto those sunbathing.
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  1.  Go to the beach


While Lake Michigan doesn’t truly warm up enough for swimming until late August, you gotta risk it for the biscuit and take the plunge.
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  1.  Frolic through the flowers


With beautiful weather comes beautiful flowers. Let loose and skip through them; sing a song if appropriate.
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