Cool off after finals

By Ao Hsing-Yi - Staff Reporter

The entire campus community is invited to join ISP overnight trip to Silverwood Theme Park on June 16 to 18.

Students can beat the heat and wash off the sweat of finals.

Silverwood Theme Park is an amusement park, in Northern Idaho, north of Coeur d' Alene.

It is the largest and the northernmost theme and water park in the United States about 47 miles east of Spokane.

The International Leadership Students Council will provide any assistance for students during the trip.

The first day, students will meet up in Building 29 at 8:30 a.m.

The bus will arrive at Triple Play Resort Hotel and Suites around 4 p.m. and students can enjoy their own time at the first day at the hotel.

"The hotel is really nice. It has a Family Fun Center inside, bowling alley, laser tag, an indoor water park, go kart, and arcade," said Danny Nguyen, an ILSC member.

The next morning, after breakfast, students will meet up in hotel lobby.

Bus will pick up students at 10:30 a.m. and arrive at the theme park at 10:50 a.m.

Students will have more than 10-hours of free time to have fun in the park.

At the third day, ILSC will give each student a ticket for Fun Center inside of hotel.

The same trip was held by ISP last summer and drew 40 participants.

There is room for 51 guests this year.

Nguyen said that he is ready to make more memories there this year.

"It was great. I had a lot of fun last year," he said.

Students can sign up for this three-day trip in the International Students Programs office.

The total cost of it is $175 for each person. It includes two-night hotel, tickets of Silverwood Theme Park and fun center and transportation.

For more information contact Meng Lee at

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