Spring Fling – Music, Friends, Fun.

Most days here at Hope are pretty great, but none have been greater than last Friday afternoon, when SAC held Spring Fling in the Pine Grove.

The sky was bright blue and faces were smiling as Hope’s entire student body lined up around the Pine Grove, waiting to enter and receive the free Spring Fling shirt. Inflatables were being set up, hamburgers were on the grill, and the music began to carry us away into the afternoon.

I know this all sounds a little cheesy and it’s hard to believe something that wonderful can happen, but it can and it did. I have pictures to prove it.

Just a few parts of Spring Fling included: laser tag, a zip line, a giant inflatable slide, barbecue dinner, a mechanical bull, free ice cream, a live band, s’more making, an inflatable bungee basketball game, a jousting blowup, and an obstacle course.

The best part by far about Spring Fling was that everyone was there. The people you met in your hall, the people you met in class, the same people you smile at while walking to class every day, the people you’ve haven’t yet had the pleasure to meet. Seeing everyone and being able to spend time with them before leaving was the most I could’ve asked for.

I couldn’t have asked for a better way to spend my last weekend at Hope. Spring Fling is now my favorite event put on by the SAC, and I can’t wait until next year (even though the thought of being a sophomore already is killing me).

I’m really glad I could share this experience with all of you reading. Hopefully one day you can experience something like Spring Fling, too, or come to Hope’s and have a blast.

Thanks for reading,


If you have any questions for me you can contact me at brookelyn.wharton@hope.edu, through Facebook, or my TwitterĀ @hopebrooke18! Iā€™d love to answer them!

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Published by Brooke Wharton

Hey there, my name's Brooke and I'm a sophomore at Hope right now from the southeast side of the state! I'm majoring in secondary English education with a psychology minor, so that I can spread the love of literature everywhere and maybe even become a counselor to help kiddos out with their current and future school life. So far at Hope I've helped with Time to Serve, joined a bible study, am 1-8 song girl, and a member of Greek Life! The only TV show I watch is New Girl, and I love reading young adult lit! You can email me brookelyn.wharton@hope.edu or follow me on twitter @hopebrooke18! You can always find me on Facebook, too!

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