Interviewing Students about Spring on Southside

During the festival, I managed to track down fellow Lehigh students and ask them a couple questions about the event and what they thought of the day. These were their responses

 

Name: Briana Papp

When you first heard about the festival: The day of the event from friends

What you thought of the festival: Really nice way to explore South Bethlehem and visit some places I didn’t even know existed

Where did you go that you never have before: Banana Factory

Will you visit more places on the south side after this event: Yes

What do you think needs to be done to get Lehigh students more involved in the Bethlehem community?: Better advertising on campus for the events and activities available in the Bethlehem community

 

Name: Nick Stern

When you first heard about the festival: The day before it occurred

What you thought of the festival: It was a lot of fun and it was really cool walking from place to place and seeing all of South Side. Noticed a lot of places I did not know existed

Where did you go that you never have before: Tally Ho and Banana Factory

Will you visit more places on the south side after this event: Definitely think so

What do you think needs to be done to get Lehigh students more involved in the Bethlehem community?” People always respond to incentives, such as free food and stuff, but also more advertising. A large struggle is getting Greek life to attend, so it should be mandatory and enforced by IFC and Panhell to send a certain number of representatives

 

Name: Elvin Cardona

When you first heard about the festival: I heard about this from a friend.

What you thought of the festival: I thought the festival was fun and lively. I enjoyed the pepper eating contest.

Where did you go that you never have before:  I went to the Social distillery which I never would’ve visited if it was for the festival

 

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