While many of us are going to leave Rochester for Spring Break to embark on thrill-seeking adventures around the world, there’s the unlucky few who were unable to make plans outside of Rochester, myself included. While you may be wondering how you’ll survive Spring Break emotionally, you can rest assured that RIT has your back.
While some of the dining locations on campus will be closed for Spring Break, most of your favorite eateries will be open in time for you to be covered for breakfast, lunch and dinner! While a list of full Spring Break hours can be found here, I have included hours for the 4 biggest locations that will be open over Spring Break.
Something that I was worried about for Spring Break was whether or not the bus services were running. Fortunately, through Parking and Transportation’s site, I was able to find out that the buses will be running on a limited basis, from about 7:45AM until after 10:00PM. Since the buses are limited over Spring Break, they’ll only be showing up at each stop about every hour.
As far as actual events go, there are plenty of things to do in Rochester if you’re willing to go into the city. On Friday and Saturday, RIT is playing in the Atlantic Hockey Championship Series and tickets are still on sale. If 2 days of hockey aren’t enough for you, the Rochester Americans will face off against the Utica Comets at the Blue Cross Arena on Sunday. For game start times, visit the Blue Cross Arena Events page.
Geeks Who Drink will also be holding their weekly trivia nights at Lovin’ Cup (as well as at other bars and pubs across the city). For more information, visit their Facebook page.
If hockey or trivia aren’t your style, check out the Democrat & Chronicle’s Events page.