Go to an event, concert, religious ceremony, or dance party where you will be in the minority.

Invest in a warm, windproof, waterproof, hooded coat for those brisk winter treks across the Quad.

Be nice to the department chair secretary. This is the person who handles a lot of your paperwork.

Support your musician classmates by attending their gigs. You never know when the next Lou Reed '64 will surface.

Have a barbecue at Onondaga Lake Park, but stay out of the water.

Attend exhibits at the Lowe Art Gallery.

Take scuba diving classes at Flanagan Gym, then test your skills in one of the Finger Lakes.

Sleep. It's good for you.

Visit the Pan Am Flight 103 memorial; learn and remember.

Attend a concert at the Landmark Theatre. It will remind you of an old theater back home.

Treat yourself to an ice cream cone at SnoTop in Fayetteville.

Visit the Regional Farmer's Market on a Saturday morning to buy fresh produce and have a hot coffee.

See a Drama Department play. Who knows which stars of tomorrow you'll see performing there today.

Make angels in the snow. It may be the closest you get to perfection.

Go to a Syracuse SkyChiefs game at P&C Stadium.

Create your own web site. Syracuse University now offers a server for students' personal home pages and will show you how to get started.

Have pasta and sauce at Angotti's.

Sell your books at the end of the semester. Use the money for food since your meal card is on empty by that time.

Fall in love with someone you can't have.

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