Top 10 things to do in March

March 11, 2017 — by Amith Galivanche and Kyle Wang

The Falcon recommends how to spend your March. 

10. Start off St. Patrick’s Day with a bowl of Lucky Charms.

Nothing says “balanced breakfast” like a bowl of crispy marshmallows.


9. Start training for Club Rush.

Getting to the table with In-N-Out is gonna require you to be in tip-top shape.


8. Brainstorm creative Prom askings.

You’re still secretly hoping for a “yes” with that piece of binder paper and box of drugstore candy.


7. Practice your Powderpuff cheer routine.

Work tirelessly to perfect your hip gyrations. No one’s sacrificing a tutorial to watch mediocrity.


6. Go to the Spring Fling Dance.

“Dance through the decades” back to a time when Stanford had a 33 percent acceptance rate.


5. Make some baked goods.

Celebrate Pi Day by rewarding yourself with a slice of pie for every digit of Pi you can memorize, or look up in a math textbook.


4. Start getting your performance for “Toga’s Got Talent” ready.

Whether you’re playing the violin or the air guitar, there’s no such thing as practicing too early.


3. Make a leprechaun trap.

College is expensive, and a pot of gold could really make a dent in that tuition.


2. Start practicing for college apps, juniors.

Here’s a list of things you have to start mastering: facing rejection, aimlessly spending money and lowering your expectations.


1. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the most authentic way possible.

If you don’t want to shell out the thousands for a plane ticket to Dublin, Ireland, then Dublin, California, is only $10 worth of gas away.     


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