Have a Heid's hot dog after in-line skating through Onondaga Lake Park.
Go to a lacrosse game.
Remember your sense of humor. With assignments piling up and deadlines fast approaching, sometimes a good laugh is your last, best defense.
Visit Skaneateles, another Central New York treasure.
Learn how to cross-country ski. It might be the best way to get across campus during the winter months.
Go see a free play put on by the Black Box Players or the Graduate Directing Project.
Commit a random act of kindness.
Take a lesson in ringing the Crouse chimes or spend time in the tower while they are being played.
Apply to graduate school or to law school.
Become a student marshal and safely escort people across campus.
When you need a sugar high with warm fuzzies, rush to Cosmos for a toasted honey bun with vanilla ice cream.
When times are rough and you still want to see a movie, don't make it a video rental night. Take a trip to the $1.50 movie at the Hollywood Theater in Mattydale.
Learn the swing, fox trot, waltz, cha cha, and many other dance-floor moves in the Walt Medicis Social Dance course. You never know when they'll come in handy.
Leave your car at home. Parking is at a premium in the Syracuse area and mass transit can get you anywhere you want to go. Plus, you can enjoy the sights through your bus window.
Support the Orangewomen.
Establish friendships with people who are ethnically or culturally different from you.
Go apple picking in Lafayette in October.
Take some courses outside your major.
View the University campus from afar, then get in the middle of it and be involved.