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As the frigid winter ends and before the icy clutch of San Francisco summer, spring blessedly nears the horizon. Easter may still be more than a bunny-hop away, but it is never too early to think about Spring Break. Yet between pocket-burning airline tickets and a queasy economy, some must curtail possible globetrotting excursions. From community service to thespian retreats, USF students have certainly not resigned themselves to a dull spring break.