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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Emily from Decatur, AL
  • Dec-25-2015 I am a current student here

    Auburn contains many fun activities and area. Chewalca is a nature trail where many students spend the Saturday enoing with friends. Auburn also has a great movie theatre, bowling alley, restaurants, boutiques, and coffee shops. My favorite activity includes movie nights at an apartment on campus with a few of my close friends.

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  • Amena from Auburn, AL
  • Dec-01-2015 I am a current student here

    JOIN CLUBS! If you are not in Panhellenic then join a club, hands down. You will meet so many people and make great friends. Another thing is join a Learning Community, okay yeah it's not fun but you are grouped into a group of 25 students based on the same major, and you guys just become really close. AND HELLO FOOTBALL!!!

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  • from NJ
  • Jun-25-2015 I am a current student here

    Football, parties, downtown, shopping, extracurricular clubs.

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  • Serabi from Midland, GA
  • Dec-30-2014 I am a current student here

    There are many concerts held on the concourse at Auburn. On Saturdays, in the fall, there are many football games to attend. The home games are always the most exciting , that is ...until AU games end up in a lose. The basketball players always dominant in the winter, especially the girls team. The volleyball players remain victorious at the beginning of the year. There are many chorus concerts sprinkled throughout the year. The most fun is the winter acapella production in December. I think I personally find that wonderful since I grew up in chorus groups. There is a recreational building for all who want to exercise. Take it from me when I say, even the laziest person in the world will find something to do in there. There are the typical courts, exercise machines. but there is a swimming pool, an astounding rock-climbing wall, ping-pong tables, the list goes on and on. Of course, I find the most fun to be sitting in my dorm room on Saturday morning doing nothing but playing my guitar and once I get tired of that, I watch many youtube videos until I remember I must do my chemistry homework and read the next four chapters to prepare myself for next week.

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  • AUGirl
  • Dec-06-2014 I am a current student here

    SEC FOOTBALL. Intramural sports, various concerts and activities on campus sponsored by UPC. Can easily travel to Atlanta, Montgomery, and Birmingham to go to concerts, zoos, and malls.

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  • Lauren from Auburn, AL
  • Oct-21-2014 I am a current student here

    My favorite thing to do at Auburn is go to the football games. The student section is so much fun and the football team is really good. The whole university and town of Auburn is very into football, so if you do not like it, your Saturdays will be a little lonely here. I also love going to basketball games and gymnastics meets. Also, Auburn's University Program Council has fun concerts and events that happen all year. In August, they got Ben Rector and Switchfoot to come for a free concert! Thanks to them and all of the campus organizations, there is always something to do.

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