Celebrate the end of classes at the UCalgaryStrong Festival
Students, have you ever heard of the 52/17 rule? It’s a time management method that says that people are most productive when they spend 52 minutes focusing on a single task (like exam prep) and 17 minutes spent recharging and relaxing.
On April 12, many students will spend their 52 minutes of focus time in the Taylor Family Digital Library, and if they stick to the rule, could enjoy their 17 minutes of relaxation time eating ice cream, playing games and hanging with their friends on the TFDL quad at the UCalgaryStrong Festival.
For the first time since 2019, the Festival event is happening in-person during the last day of classes. Students and community members are encouraged to drop by between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for an afternoon of fun, connection with friends and the kind of social atmosphere that we’ve all been missing over the last two years.
In attendance for this year’s event are a Prophets of Music curated musical line-up, mini Village Ice Cream treats, food trucks, a living statue, visits with the dogs from PALS and a whole boatload of games, activities and ways to connect with other students.
For more information about activities at this year's festival, visit the UCalgaryStrong webpage.
Travis Dickie - videographer, editor
The event is free and open to both students and the UCalgary campus community. For more information about this year’s event, activities and more, please visit the the website link below.