Rollins College Tradition: Fox Day

Name of College/University: Rollins College
Location: Winter Park, Florida
Day(s)/Week it Occurs: Once Every Spring Day
Summary of Event:

The annual tradition “Fox Day” occurs at Rollins College in Florida and has been occurring since 1956.  “Fox Day” occurs when the president chooses a random day in Spring in which he places a statue of a Fox placed on the school’s main lawn. This placement of the Fox signifies that classes are canceled for the day and the college provides students with a surprise day off to explore local beaches and amusement parks. Upon their arrival to campus in the afternoon, students are treated to a barbecue on the same main lawn that the fox was placed on.

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