It never fails, the week you come back to Cornell from fall break is the week when the summer temperatures turn into the chill of fall and the leaves change colors. Everyone who stays in Ithaca over the summer says that the summers are amazingly beautiful. I would have to challenge them and say that the fall easily rivals the summer with its fire red trees visible from across Cayuga Lake, the Dogwood trees blooming, and what looks like a painting of orange, yellow, and red on the mountainsides. It is one nice scene to look at and admire. What the fall also brings is homecoming including a football game against Colgate, which I won’t be seeing since I am giving tours instead, and the (in)famous hockey line. The hockey line is an overnight experience from 10pm Saturday to 6pm Sunday of students sleeping in the Ramin Room of Bartels Hall waiting for season hockey tickets. As decided by my friends and myself I’ll be taking the 10pm-3am shift on Saturday night. This way I can watch the Giants game at 1pm. Now you know my priorities.