Spring break can serve as the perfect time for students to travel, catch up on their workload or relax with friends and family. Students shared what they are planning to do over spring break.

Students share their spring break plans

Chemistry sophomore Brady Drennan

Chemistry sophomore Brady Drennan

“Studying, catching up on all my classes basically and then just trying to relax and de-stressify,” Drennan said.

Students share their spring break plans

Psychology senior Letiah Moore

Psychology senior Letiah Moore

“Since this is my last year here, I’m trying to have a nice spring break. Me and my friends, I think we’re going to go to South by Southwest in Austin or go to San Antonio,” Moore said.

Students share their spring break plans

Social work freshman Amy Melendez

Social work freshman Amy Melendez

“I’m going to try to catch up on my work and study for some of my tests after spring break and probably hang out with some of my friends that I haven’t seen in a while,” Melendez said.

Students share their spring break plans

Nursing freshman Kyleigh Aldrich

Nursing freshman Kyleigh Aldrich

Aldrich said that she plans on going to Colorado.

“One of my friends, his grandpa lives up there, so we’re going to visit him,” Aldrich said. “I love skiing, and so I’m going to take him for the first time, and we’re going to go have fun.”

Students share their spring break plans

Information systems sophomore Nevin Cherian

Information systems sophomore Nevin Cherian

“Nothing too much right now, but a lot of my friends are actually getting married, so I have two weddings during that week,” Cherian said.

Students share their spring break plans

Biomedical engineering freshman Carson Samuel

Biomedical engineering freshman Carson Samuel

Samuel is a member of Black Gold, an independent winter guard organization.

“Most of that spring break we’ll be getting ready for when we start traveling to Cincinnati to do our second to last performance,” Samuel said.

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