Students filled the Driscoll Fitness Center March 8 to dance and party during what had been advertised as a Spring Break Beach Bash. As the night progressed, however, it became clear to students that what they thought was an innocent dance, was also a drug and alcohol awareness event.
Over spring break, freshman Graphic Design major Yen Hoang painted the concrete walls in front of King Hall, along with her friend Aydo, who was visiting from San Francisco. Hoang painted the three larger walls, while Aydo painted the smaller wall reading “SFUAD.”
Being stuck on campus for spring break can be a bummer, so why not get off campus and go have an adventure at the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. The park is approximately a 40 minute drive from campus and is a little over an hour hike. The hike is pretty easy, but dogs are not allowed so leave your furry friends at home. I would recommend good walking shoes, a light jacket, a water bottle, a snack and sun screen because remember you are about 5,570 feet to 6,760 feet above sea level. Spring break would be the perfect time to go explore this enchanting landmark and be reminded of how amazing New Mexico can...
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