Oppenheimer, who formerly served as the executive secretary of SPEC, sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss some of his goals for the year ahead.
The whole weekend is built around the idea of the momentary. After all, that’s why they call it a “fling.”
From the guys at Allegro’s who served us pizza at 3 o’clock in the morning, to the accepted students who toured Penn for the very first time — we were curious about how Fling fared for those on the periphery.
This year’s Spring Fling weather brought more than just increased sunshine to campus. Total crime saw a 168-percent increase from last year — from 37 incidents last year to 99 this year.
Good weather and continued traditions around campus helped students celebrate Spring Fling 2012.
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Spring Fling accomplishes something that is awfully hard to find elsewhere during most of the academic year. It offers full, unbounded relief from stress and we embrace it like no other.
Fling is fun, though when it comes to logistics, it can be annoyingly complicated. You’ve got to figure out where to go, when and with whom.
While College freshman Stamati Liapis’ friends will be partying in the Quad this weekend, Liapis himself does not plan on taking part in traditional Fling activities.
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