“Spring” Semester Also Cold

ITHACA, NY-Upon returning to campus this week, freshmen were surprised to learn that this semester would also be cold.

“Of course I had heard a lot about Ithaca’s infamous winters, but I figured the spring semester would be warmer,” said Francesca Napoli ’17, whose hometown of Millburn, New Jersey features four distinct seasons. “I typically associate the spring with blooming flowers, thawing snow, and rising temperatures.” Upon consulting with upperclassmen, Napoli and her freshmen classmates learned that while fall semesters start cold and become colder, spring semesters start very cold and become less cold.

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