Yoga with Gracie on Chambers Lawn
Seniors could sign up for different areas for an outdoor picnic so that we could respect the guidelines that limit participants to 100 people and be spread out, yet everyone interested could participate. There could be picnics on any of the green spaces around campus (Chambers Lawn, the Old Tennis Court, the IMACs, etc.) and participants could arrive in a staggered way and pick up boxed lunches.
It would be wonderful to have random sweet or savory treat days sprinkled throughout the semester where seniors can pick up a treat on the house at local spots like:
Pickled Peach (smoothies or soup)
Summit (baked goods)
Your Mom's Bazaar (donuts)
Ben & Jerry's (ice cream)
A professional bubble blower would set an excellent mood of victory.
Perhaps a large mechanical bull would provide a thrill.
Fireworks of varying size would inspire great awe and joy.
A series of balloon parade floats as seen in the macy's day parade would be a great way to cap off the year. And they... more »
This is more of an idea for all of campus but there isn't a place to put it anymore. I've seen a number of pictures of campuses that have added fire pits on their quads to provide a safe, outdoor option during the colder months.
Using Richardson Stadium - set up chairs 6 feet apart on the football field for graduates to sit while immediate family members are designated a clearly labeled spot in the bleachers. These spots can be coordinated as follows: the graduate provides... more »