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Every year, thousands of college students from across the U.S. and Canada descend upon Lake Havasu City for a spirited celebration of spring and sunshine. For a few weeks each year, this lively town transforms into a 24/7 party scene with a swagger in its step.




Lake Havasu has become legendary for its wild boat parties and Spring Break shenanigans and with the release of Piranha 3D, it's reputation as a Spring Break destination will continue to grow. The peak time for Spring Break in Lake Havasu is when Arizona State University is in town. 

Oh, the natural balance of the universe – it’s a beautiful thing. We all know that from the amount of alcohol you drink, there will be an equal and opposite reaction the next day in the form of the great hangover. Chance favors the prepared mind and so if you party right you can minimize that head pounding hangover the next morning. So, if you're looking to survive Spring Break, here are some hangover cures to help you.
1. Before you drink, take a lot of B vitamins. Alcohol depletes our body of vitamins and thus, our energy. The components of B vitamins are needed to keep our bodies and minds healthy and active throughout the day (and night). When you take B vitamins before you drink, you load up on these important vitamins so that the alcohol will not fully deplete these vital nutrients.
2. Drink on a full stomach, but not too full, of course. Make sure you eat before you drink. Many people will even say that the greasier the food the better. When drinking on a full stomach you can drink more and decrease the chances of suffering a massive hangover tomorrow.
3. In between alcoholic drinks, drink some water. By staying hydrated you stay buzzed and not drunk.
4. The greatest of hangover cures is to chug a Gatorade as soon as you wake up after a night of drinking. Bombarding your body with electrolytes in the morning can help to ease your body into a state of recovery.
5. While drinking, don’t sit still for too long. If you sit and drink all night long, the alcohol will soak and you will feel it more the next morning. Get up, move around, dance, talk, do something to stay active.
6. Keep your head above your shoulders. When your parents tell you to sit up straight it’s not only because they have control issues, they know that good posture is good for your health as well. Ancient Yogis have been preaching this for thousands of years. Sometimes, when you are slouched over drinking it can lead to getting more drunk and a worse hangover in the morning. So, sit up straight, move and keep your head above your shoulders.
7. Throw up, if you have to. Forget about being a wimp. Just throw it up! It’s better than ruining the party for others or not being able to enjoy the party yourself. Just throw up, get it over with and party on. Plus, if you throw up, you’ll make more room for more drinks which gives you a chance to redeem yourself.
8. If you do throw up, drink coconut water, Gatorade, something with electrolytes. This will help replenish what you lost.
9. Eat after you drink. When it comes to preventing a hangover, eating and soaking up all the alcohol before passing out will help.
10. Slow down on the sweet drinks. Sweetened cocktails and sweet liquors may taste good, but are known to cause horrible hangovers the next morning. So, take it easy on these delicious cocktails.
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Spring Break Dates by University or College
February 23 – 27
University of Redlands
 University of Michigan – Dearborn
March 2 – 6 
 Concordia University
 Pepperdine University
 Montana State University, Billings
 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 Rice University
March 9 – 13 
 Arizona State University
 Azusa Pacific University
 Baylor University
 Bemidji State University
 Dakota State University, Madison
 Dixie State University
 Gonzaga University
 Michigan State University
 Minnesota State University – Mankato
 Montana State University – Bozeman
 Montana State University Northern
 Northern State University
 South Dakota State University
 Southern Utah University
 Southwestern University
 St. Cloud State University
 University of Dallas
 University of Minnesota – Morris
 University of New Mexico – Albuquerque
 University of New Mexico – Valencia
 University of the Pacific
 University of Portland
 University of South Dakota
 Utah State University
 Weber State University
 Western Michigan University
 Western New Mexico University
 Winona State University
March 16 – 20 
 California State University – Chico
 Colorado State University – Fort Collins
 Grand Canyon University
 Kansas State University
 Lamar University
 Minot State University
 North Dakota State University
 Northeastern Oklahoma State University
 Northern Arizona University – Stillwater
 Oklahoma State University
 Sonoma State University
 Southwestern University
 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
 Texas A & M
 Texas State University
 Texas Tech
 University of Arizona
 University of Denver
 University of Houston
 University of Idaho – Moscow
 University of Kansas
 University of LaVerne
 University of Minnesota – Crookston, Duluth, Twin Cities
University of New Mexico
 University of Nevada, Reno
 University of Northern Colorado
 University of North Dakota – Grand Forks
 University of North Texas
 University of Oklahoma
 University of San Francisco
 University of Southern California
 University of Tulsa
 University of Texas – Austin
 University of Texas – Dallas
 University of Utah
 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
 University of Wyoming
 Wichita State University
 Washington State University
March 23 – 27
 Boise State University
 California Polytechnic University – Pomona
 California Polytechnic University – San Luis Obispo
 California State University – Bakersfield
 California State University – Los Angeles
 California State University – Sacramento
 Chapman University
 Colorado State University – Pueblo
 Idaho State University – Pocatello
 New Mexico State University – Las Cruces
 Oregon State University
 Portland State University
 San Francisco State University
 San Jose State University
 Stanford University
 United States Air Force Academy
 University of California – Berkeley
 University of California – Davis
 University of California – Irvine
 University of California – Los Angeles
 University of California – Riverside
 University of California – San Diego
 University of California – San Francisco
 University of California – Santa Barbara
 University of California – Santa Cruz
 University of Colorado – Boulder
 University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
 University of Nebraska – Kearney
 University of Nebraska – Lincoln
 University of Nebraska – Omaha
 University of Oregon
 University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
 University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
 University of Wisconsin – Sheboygan
 University of Washington – Seattle
 Willamette University
March 30 – April 3
 California State University – Fresno
 California State University – Fullerton
 California State University – Long Beach
 California State University – San Bernardino
 California State University – San Marcos
 Loyola Marymount University
 San Diego State University
 University of Montana – Missoula
 University of Nevada – Las Vegas
 University of San Diego
 University of St. Thomas
University of Wisconsin – Madison
April 6 – 10 
 California State University – Northridge
 California State University – Stanislaus
 Utah Valley University