BY BRITTANY EMOND
1. "Bring food," -Destiny Fuller
Esker Dining Hall isn’t always five-star gourmet. Also, skipping a meal makes it tough to get through the day. Snacks are a great idea to have with you in case you ever get hungry.
2. “Bring a fan” -Stephanie DiGirolamo
Without air conditioning Tutt Hall can get hot, especially on the top floor. Having a fan by your bed can help cool you off while you sleep.
3. “Be outgoing and don’t be afraid of what people think” -Kimie Lince
One of the best ways to have fun at camp is simply to be yourself! Even though you may have came alone and not knowing anyone there, us journalists are very welcoming and no one is here to judge.
4. “Make friends with your roommate,” Autumn Jones
More cooperation means less problems. Respecting each other’s space is vital to maintaining peace in a dorm room, and having a roommate is a great way to make a friend.
5. “Learn how to make a soft serve ice cream cone,” Tim Goblirsch
Ice cream cone making is a lost art. Even with all of the self-serve frozen yogurt places that seemed to recently have just appeared everywhere, people still can’t seem to get it right, hence the long line at Esker and the sticky floors.
6. “Bring a water bottle,” Maria Cornea
In the hot summer, it’s easy to get dehydrated. Having a water bottle is a very good idea, especially at night in the dorms so you don’t have to keep getting up and going to the water fountain.
7. “Bring money for food in town,” Taylor Hohn
On the first day of camp, campers go to different restaurants with their assigned groups. Campers can also opt to eat lunch in town if they want to explore what Whitewater has to offer.
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