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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Oct-27-2014 I am a current student here

    There are discussions and presentations available to attend on a lot of dates. Yellow Springs is a very cool town with cute shops and coffee stops. There's also a small theatre. If you want to grab fast food/see a more popular film you would have to face about a 20 minute drive to a neighboring area, but a lot of people go out and it would not be hard to find a ride. There's a nature preserve basically across the street to hike on.

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  • Alana from Waterford, MI
  • Oct-22-2014 I am a current student here

    So many clubs! Join DIY Club, basketball, volleyball, tennis, a cappella or create your own! With a recently renovated wellness center you can also workout or go for a dip in the pool. Plus, there's always something fun to do in Yellow Springs!

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  • Tymber from LA Vergne, TN
  • Mar-18-2014 I am a current student here

    You can go to The Little Art Theater, get salsa dancing or modern dance lessons, mingle with the townies, go shopping in the cute, eclectic stores, go to Young's Dairy (you can feed goats there!) or Corner Cone, participate in the big festivals that the Village sometimes has, go out with friends, or participate in the events on campus!

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  • Jeremiah from East Liverpool, OH
  • Mar-15-2013 I am a current student here

    Yellow Springs and Antioch College are crazy places to be. The town has such an odd variety of things to do. Fair warning: city folks may find themselves in a bit of a culture shock. Yellow Springs is a small town. There are a variety of cafes that people frequent. Political events happen frequently. Yellow Springs is a very musical town, and something is happening every week. There are nearby towns that are also very active if Yellow Springs isn't cutting it for you. Antioch College is one of the most politically active colleges I've seen. People are usually organizing events to travel to, or other various activities. The student body is very fun to be around as well. We tend to make our own fun, and that is no understatement. We all seem very cultured and like to share movies, music, games, ideas, and political movements with each other. Not to mention the fact that there are usually at least 2-3 events happening on campus every week.

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  • Gabriel from San Diego, CA
  • Dec-30-2012 I am a current student here

    In my class (class of 2016), when we aren't studying, doing homework, doing laundry, or catching up on sleep, we have people playing Magic, playing video games, watching Japanese anime, watching other movies, going out to Yellow Springs, playing instruments, reciting poetry, knitting, going out exercising, going out shopping, playing ping pong, completing puzzles in the library, and many other things people like to do in their spare time with other people. There is no limit to the fun activities we can do (granted that they are within campus safety policies, of course).

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  • Hannah from Alexandria, VA
  • Dec-30-2012 I am a current student here

    Yellow Springs, while a small town, is absolutely brimming with things to do. On any given weekend there are multiple art openings, music and poetry performances in the local coffee shops, movies at the indie Little Art movie theater, and of course there is shopping in the locally owned shops down-town. On campus, there are always people hanging out in the dorms, or you can always take a ride to any of the nearby cities (Dayton is 30 minutes, Columbus is 45, and Cincinnati is an hour). There is no Greek life, so if you're looking for that kind of social atmosphere you won't find that here; however there are parties on and off campus that students or people in town throw every now and then.

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