Man on the Street: What are Catholic University Students Doing for Spring Break?

By Theresa Whitfield

The highly-anticipated break from school has finally arrived, and students are preparing to relax and escape the fast-paced lifestyle that goes along with college-living. There is a large variety of activities to partake in and trips to take during this mid-semester break. Find out what some Catholic University students are doing to spend their time away from class work and exams.

“I am going to New York to visit my friends at NYU and Fordham.”

Regina Vahey, Class of 2022

“I am going on a Habitat for Humanity trip to Bend, Oregon.”

Kali Tanguay, Class of 2022

“I plan to go home and go to the Houston livestock show and rodeo and eat some fried cheesecake and fried cookie dough.”

Lizetthe Moreno, Class of 2022

“This spring break will be spent at Rock Creek Park going camping with my stage crew buddies from high school.”

Thomas Macyko, Class of 2022

“The rowing team is going to Gainesville, Georgia for our team training trip and we are all really looking forward to it.”

Maria Letizia, Class of 2022

“I, along with ten other CUA students, will be traveling to West Virginia’s Wheeling Jesuit University. We will be learning about the economic and ecological challenges that the people in these communities face. We will learn by developing relationships with those in the community.”

Matthew Chavira, Class of 2021

“I am going to Chicago for a few days then home to Indiana!”

Sarah Smith, Class of 2021

“Over spring break I am traveling to Jupiter, Florida to visit family.”

Melissa Zentz, Class of 2021

“My buddies and I are going to Puerto Rico to relax on the beaches and explore the history and natural beauty of the island.”

Luke Cocchi, Class of 2019

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