12 Things to Do Now that Snow Has Covered the Campus

12 Things to Do Now that Snow Has Covered the Campus

1). Snow Ball Fight

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2). Snow Slurpee’s

INGREDIENTS: Snow + Pop/Soda = Snow Slurpee

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Avoid the Yellow Snow…

3). Go to “The Bowl” and Sled

Get a group of friends and head a huge dune in Holland called the Bowl. Sled, ski, snowboard…you can do it all.

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This is picture from my freshman year when a group and my friends went to the Bowl and went sledding!

4).  Snow Angel

Simple. Step one: Go outside. Step two: Lay in the snow. Step Three: Wave your arms and legs. Step four: BOOM, snow angel.

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5). Do you want to build a Snowman?

Show Campus what you can create via snow.

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6). Another excuse for a Coffee Date?

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*Wink Wink*

7). Movies

Snuggle Up and Watch a Movie. And guess what? SAC (Student Activities Committee) brings in popular new movie for students to watch. This week “Guardians of the Galaxy” is showing.

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Brittaney agrees.

8). Beach

Last year the beach froze so that you could walk on it and stand on the frozen waves. It was a sight.

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Here I am standing on a frozen wave on Lake Michigan.

9). Ice Skating

Head to Grand Rapids to skate at Rosa Parks or the local Skating Rink in Holland!

My friend I trying out for the Nationals…or maybe just skating.

10). Pranks

The best pranks are done with snowballs. Throwing a snowball at someone’s window and watching them jump. 🙂

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11). Admire the beauty.

Though it may be cold, you got to admit, it is beautiful.

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12.Stay Inside and wait for it to be done.

For those snow haters…this is for you.

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We’re in Michigan. Don’t hold your breath…

For more about me, follow me on twitter @hopejohnluke17 or on Instagram at johnlukehawkins. Until next time!

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My name is John Luke Hawkins and I am a sophomore at Hope. I am from the small agriculture town of Tipton, Indiana. I love my new Home sweet Hope. Currently, I double majoring in Communications and Religion. When I am not doing homework (too often), I might be working one of my jobs as a Library Worker, Overnight Host, or Student Blogger. If I am not doing homework or work, I am probably doing something with my numerous organizations that I am involved in such as Dance Marathon, Gospel Choir, Intramurals, Nykerk, and a small group. If I come up with free time amongst all that, then I like to run, free dance, self-reflect, go on adventures, and spend time with friends. Hope College has really helped me discover who I am. Here it is in seven words: energetic, organized, contemplative, determined, silly, social, and intentional.

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