MAcc students happily celebrated OSU’s fall break (which was also the end of the first session) in various ways. Break took place from Thursday to Sunday. Some classmates traverse the country, but a few fellow MAcc students and I stayed in Columbus during the break and enjoyed activities both on-campus and off. We were able to try new foods and explore the area. Then, we worked the calories off at the Recreational and Physical Activity Center (RPAC). This gym has everything you could imagine and just outside the gym, there are sand volleyball courts and soccer fields. It’s even better with nice, crisp fall weather.
Two classmates and I traveled to Cedar Point. Cedar Point fans describe it as the roller coaster capital of the world. What makes the park even neater is that much of it is surrounded by water from Lake Erie. At the top of many roller coasters, if you look down or out into the horizon, you will just see continuous water. During October, Cedar Point also has many Halloween decorations and haunted houses that you can visit in addition to the roller coasters. It’s approximately a two-hour drive from Ohio State University to Cedar Point, but during the drive you’re able to see some beauty of Ohio terrain. Overall, it was a great fall break that allowed me to relax and also get some adrenaline pumping for the next session.