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IPFW Spring Fling

IPFW students have some fun before finals in two weeks.

Video: Taking IPFW’s Spring Fling event literally

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
IPFW freshman Nicholas Adams is thrown from a mechanical bull Friday during the Spring Fling campus event. Students were invited to enjoy free events, food and giveaways in a week of Dr. Seuss-inspired festivities. The university’s student government hosts elections for the following year’s officers during the event.