As soon as there is the finest sliver of sunlight piercing the grey, students, even in February, swarm to the outdoors and set up all manner of outdoor pleasures. Games, homework, hammocks and music abound. Many try and see how far up a given tree they can hang.
In this current bout of mock-fall, I am privileged to tell you three students have circumvented the normal and discovered the magnificent. I give you three geniuses, Jonathan Wiers, Joel Bergsma and Elise Shroeder. Their tale: while working Calvin Phone-a-thon, a campaign which facilitates donations from the mighty-successful Calvin alumni of the world, the warm sun beckoned. When their shift ended, they quickly made their way outside. Yet, without a clear place to sit, what but blessed inspiration should come to their minds!
The results, as seen below, I can assure you were a marvel to my eyes and to all else who saw.