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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Sarah from Macomb, MI
  • Aug-13-2014 I am a current student here

    Fun is basically the number one adjective when it comes to describing U of M. The campus is fast paced and always buzzing with something to do. From glee club concerts to seminars, and lets not forget the raging frat houses. The weekends are quite the blast if you're into that stuff. Of course, be responsible. If you're worried about a boring campus, you've come to the right place. There isn't a thing boring about the University of Michigan; well, expect maybe my spanish class!

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  • Geoffrey from Allegan, MI
  • Aug-09-2014 I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    Sports are a major thing on campus. In addition, there are a multiple of clubs to join there.

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  • Anonymous from Canton, MI
  • Jun-29-2014 I am a past student here

    Visit Nic's Arb for a long walk or picnic with friends, read at the steps of Angel Hall (by the enormous columns), visit the art museum, visit the diag center of campus facing the graduate library, study at the law library, pick up some groceries at the farmer's market during the fall and spring, or try out the different restaurants with friends.

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  • Kara
  • May-29-2014 I am a current student here

    Right near the heart of campus are two delightfully aged movie theaters, both of which hold special events regularly. Musical performances, plays, dances, and various other activities take place in the Power Center and Hill Auditorium on campus. Several museums can be found on campus, a few of which, at least, are free of charge. There are plenty of little shops to visit lining the streets - contents ranging from clothing, to electronics, to art, to books, and so on. There's also an arcade near central campus. For older students, there are a variety of bars and night clubs to visit, as well. Each summer the Art Fair consumes the streets for about a week, and there's also the free to attend summer festival - which has various performances of music, acrobatics, etc. available on Ingalls Mall.

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  • Student from Santa Ana, CA
  • May-23-2014 I am a current student here

    Explore the Arb. Movies at the State & Michigan theaters. Lots of clubs and organizations. Go to events. Put yourself out there. You biggest issue is not lack of events, but failure to reach out and connect.

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  • Allie from Michigan
  • May-09-2014 I am a current student here

    Hit up State Street and East Liberty! There are SO many fabulous restaurants in Ann Arbor, and I've found these streets are the hub. The famous State and Michigan Theaters are also on these streets, which are really cool venues. East Liberty also has some fun shops, like Encore Records or Ragstock, (a cool clothing shop), and State Street has 2 yoga studios and a vintage clothing store that's fun to wander around.

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  • Justine from Edwardsburg, MI
  • Apr-24-2014 I am a current student here

    There is so much to do around campus as the University is located in the heart of Ann Arbor. You can go to trivia at Charlie's, catch a movie at the Michigan Theater, student organizations always have events going on that you can attend, Groove is very popular on campus and always sells out, and you can't forget Michigan athletics. There are a ton of athletic events that are free for students to attend or tickets are sold at discounted prices.

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  • Recent Grad from Ann Arbor, MI
  • Mar-02-2014 I am a past student here

    There are a ton of different options for many different interests. There is a good nightlife/party/bar scene, as is the case in many true college towns. The Arb and Huron River offer immediate gratification for the outdoorsy student. And Hill Auditorium and the University Musical Society bring in many world-class performers, everyone from the Berlin Philharmonic to Regina Spektor. Of course, the Michigan experience would not be complete without Football Saturdays - a true spectacle to behold - although the Michigan spirit exists for all sports.

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