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Student-Athletes “Dive-Into” Spring Semester

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Student-Athletes “Dive-Into” Spring Semester

Last Friday, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee hosted its first-ever Dive-Into Spring Semester event in Carr Pool. With an entry fee of $2, Oberlin students and community members alike were able to jump into the pool while watching the on-theme feature film of the night, Finding Nemo. Popcorn and floaties were provided, allowing attendees to snack and drift through the water, turning Carr Pool into an aquatic drive-in movie theater. The SAAC’s mission is to create a strong relationship between the Oberlin community and varsity athletics through sponsored projects and events such as this one.

Last Friday, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee hosted its first-ever Dive-Into Spring Semester event in Carr Pool. With an entry fee of $2, Oberlin students and community members alike were able to jump into the pool while watching the on-theme feature film of the night, Finding Nemo. Popcorn and floaties were provided, allowing attendees to snack and drift through the water, turning Carr Pool into an aquatic drive-in movie theater. The SAAC’s mission is to create a strong relationship between the Oberlin community and varsity athletics through sponsored projects and events such as this one.

Mallika Pandey

Last Friday, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee hosted its first-ever Dive-Into Spring Semester event in Carr Pool. With an entry fee of $2, Oberlin students and community members alike were able to jump into the pool while watching the on-theme feature film of the night, Finding Nemo. Popcorn and floaties were provided, allowing attendees to snack and drift through the water, turning Carr Pool into an aquatic drive-in movie theater. The SAAC’s mission is to create a strong relationship between the Oberlin community and varsity athletics through sponsored projects and events such as this one.

Mallika Pandey

Mallika Pandey

Last Friday, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee hosted its first-ever Dive-Into Spring Semester event in Carr Pool. With an entry fee of $2, Oberlin students and community members alike were able to jump into the pool while watching the on-theme feature film of the night, Finding Nemo. Popcorn and floaties were provided, allowing attendees to snack and drift through the water, turning Carr Pool into an aquatic drive-in movie theater. The SAAC’s mission is to create a strong relationship between the Oberlin community and varsity athletics through sponsored projects and events such as this one.

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