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Tuesday, April 3
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Coming in for landing

Oof, welcome back! It's the start to spring quarter and of course that means a harsh end to spring break. We're hoping everyone's break was at least 60% as good as it appeared to be on a very active social media streak. Either way, it feels good to be back on a regular schedule with flexibility on who you spend your waking hours with.

We're also excited to welcome back our students from exchange! Nearly 100 of you were living around the world and we're happy to have you home. Now, we'll just have to come up with another excuse to cut class for an impromptu European holiday.

Scattered Showers

Pack away your parka thinking winter weather would be over by the time you got back from spring break? Welp, we were wrong. April is coming in hot with showers in the form of rainish-snow (our favorite) today and a high of 39°F (4°C).  

Get back in the groove

Kellogg is warming up with you. Not a lot on deck today other than an opportunity to decompress from the first day back with Cork & Screw.

Also known as full recovery mode. Not ready to say goodbye to break or perhaps you want to celebrate your March Madness bracket victory? Whatever your reason, join Cork & Screw's Welcome Back Happy Hour for some favorite wine picks. (5:15 p.m., L070)

Spring Break Recap

Camels and boating were strong themes this year. In case you truly went off the grid for spring break, here's a quick recap. Thanks for sharing your photos as always with @daybreakbeta!

GIM China cheeses for the camera

These first years weren't the only ones taking Southeast Asia by boat

GIM Social Impact relaxes in Tanzania after safari

1Ys still reppin' Kellogg strong in Patagonia

Zell Fellows had a strong day and night agenda in Israel

Target Hacks

Thanks to a loyal Daybreak reader and former Target employee, we've got some tips to help you save -- critical after a slightly spendy spring break -- when you're restocking at Target. 

Given that Evanston is a "city" / "university" location prices can be higher than other locations (à la retail analytics pricing zones) and this can be significant in some categories.

To avoid paying a premium, keep these tips in mind:

1) Order online and pick up in store: This will get you online pricing which is usually lower to compete with Amazon.
2) Price match anything to Target.com at guest services and/or checkout. If something is marked up, simply ask them to adjust the price.

You can also download Target's app for mobile coupons aka Cartwheel. Happy Shopping, Kellogg! 

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