Author: Danielle Rieger

Senior is flying by. It's crazy to think that I am in my last fall semester here as a student, that I only have one more home football game as a student, and that my last fall break as a student has already come and gone. To enjoy our last fall break, here is what a few seniors did to enjoy their well deserved break off! 



Name: Danielle Rieger '16

Hometown: San Diego, CA

Major: American Studies 

What I Did: This fall break, I went on a cross country road trip with my sister! We drove through Virgina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Missisippi, Louisana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and ended at home in California! 






Name:Leanne Horning '16

Hometown: Brighton, MI

Major: Information Technology 

What I Did: I went down to Florida with my friends, and we spent a lot of time at a local beach club. We also ate a ton of sea food, and I tried Peruvian food for the first time. 





Name: Sean Tenaglia '16

Hometown: South Weymouth, MA

Major: American Studies 

What I Did: For fall break, I travelled with a group of friends to Nashville and then Getlinburg in the Great Smokey Mountains. We enjoyed a restful and fun week of hiking with some of the most beautiful views you'll find in the U.S. 






Name: Sam Rack '16

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH

Major: Computer Science 

What I Did: I went home to spend time with my family. We went hiking in some Cincinnati parks!






Name: Matthew Kirian

Hometown: Toledo, OH

Major: Civil Engineering and Economics 

What I Did: I travelled to West Virginia for my Appalachia seminar and volunteered at the New River Gorge National Park! We did a lot of trail maintenance and a lot of exhilarating hiking, with great leaders and spectacular new friends.






Name:Alison Moran '16

Hometown: Boston, MA

Major: English

What I DidThis fall break, I visited my boyfriend’s family in Charlotte, North Carolina. We explored the city and went down to the South Carolinian coast for a few days as well. The weather was beautiful and the week was very relaxing and refreshing.