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Students Gear Up for Fountain Run

Seniors will celebrate graduation with a splash.

Starting at 10 p.m. Thursday night, graduating seniors will snap on their goggles, slip on their floaties and head out from the Finger Fountain in their victory lap through every fountain on campus.

Some of the fountains on campus have been drained, or covered. Not sure what this means for the fountain run! (ATVN)
Some of the fountains on campus have been drained, or covered. Not sure what this means for the fountain run! (ATVN)

In a few final reminders on the event's page, organizers provided the following list of rules to ensure that everyone participating has an "epic" time:The "most epic night" of senior year,  according to the event's Facebook page, is a long standing tradition for seniors headed out into the world to leave their final mark on campus.
  • Be safe and responsible
  • Wear shoes
  • Don't bring glass containers
  • Don’t vandalize our beautiful campus right before graduation
  • Don’t be stupid
  • Don’t get hurt, but if you do, tell DPS so they can take care of you
  • Don't trash or leave bottles in the fountains
  • Have fun and Fight On!
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