There are a lot of traditions at Macalester that I really love. They're like the big dances like we have Winter Ball in the Winter. We have Founders Day in the spring. At Macalester, there are a lot of traditions that I really like. One of them is Pushball. And that kind of happens in the spring is just like a founder's kind of celebration for when Macalester started, and that's an outdoor event. And then it also goes along with an indoor formal event that we host that's called Founders Day, which was is a really, really fun event. And everyone's sitting in Cafe Mac, and dancing, and having a lot of fun, which is a really nice way to bring us together. There's Springfest, later in the spring, where like students come together all across campus, sing, dance, eat good food, and it's really good time. When you arrived here at Macalester, you're going to go through the orientation process. And during orientation, you're gonna have the opportunity to meet a lot of other people within your incoming class, as well as make a lot of different friends. And those are often the people who will spend at least your first year of Macalester hanging out with off campus, going to the Winter Ball dance that we do, as well as a lot of the different athletic events-- or some of the different non athletic events like Kagan Hall dances as well. One of the Macalester traditions that I think everybody knows and pays attention to is the rock because it's in the center of campus. You can always see it, and so you always just give it a little look and say, "oh, what's on the rock today?" One of my favorite traditions is midnight breakfast, which happens around finals week, where everybody gathers really late in the night in Cafe Mac, which is our cafeteria, and the professors serve us food at midnight. And it's just like, so much fun to be in the cafe at that hour and like eat so much good food. I really, really needed it during finals week last year and it was really really good.