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Easter: Dorm Edition

 Written by    April 21, 2014

College is a unique time in one’s life: it is perhaps the only time that one can claim youthfulness one day and adulthood the next. (Job interview? Lemme just finish this episode of Spongebob…)

So when it was decided that I wouldn’t be going home for Easter this year, I resolved to continue all of the Easter traditions of my childhood right here at The Ohio State University. After a few trips to good old Dollar Tree (side note: yes, you can buy eggs from the dollar store- REAL EGGS) and a dose of holiday spirit, I had myself a merry little Easter. Here are some highlights/tips from my successful celebration:

1) YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD FOR AN EASTER EGG HUNT! 

My wonderful boyfriend hid eggs all over campus for me, each egg with a riddle leading me to the next one. To all the doubting girls out there: romance/chivalry is alive and well in the Buckeye State <3

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2) Dyeing Easter Eggs is cheap and fun!

Egg dyeing kit: $1.99 (all the change in my wallet)

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Our masterpieces

3) Easter is a perfect excuse to eat otherwise socially unacceptable amounts of chocolate

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Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

4) Going to church on Easter morning never loses its magic…

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…Despite screaming babies, the inevitable chair deficiency, and the half-hour long communion

 

Happy Easter, Buckeyes! He is Risen!

 

 

 

 

 

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