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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Mary from New York City, NY
  • Jan-23-2018 I am a current student here

    Join a club, its a great way to meet people and really easy to get leadership positions. The Brooklyn bridge and seaport are also great places as well.

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  • Laila form New Jersey
  • Dec-22-2016 I am a current student here

    The campus is located in New York City... there are loads of opportunities to explore and venture. The Fulton Subway Station is located close by, and offers nearly all train lines.

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  • kaltrina from passaic, nj
  • May-25-2016 I am a current student here

    luckily, new york city is, in fact, the city that never sleeps. if one decides that they want to stay relatively close to campus but still have fun than options like the south street seaport, world trace center or bloomfield mall are worth oneã£â¢??s while. one will be left in awe just by walking around these places, and no money necessarily has to be spent. personally, i like to explore all parts of the city and even that is made easy. with the swipe of oneã£â¢??s metro card, one can go absolutely anywhere within the 5 boroughs. iã£â¢??m personally a lover of art, so iã£â¢??ll take every chance i get to go and visit a new museum and experience a new exhibit somewhere within chelsea or the lower east side. many of the museums in new york city offer specific days within the week or hours within those days where admission is donation based, which is absolutely great and taken advantage of by me and all of my friends. there are other options like central park, soho, high line and more! luckily enough brooklyn is our next-door neighbor, and all one has to do is walk on over to and through the brooklyn bridge and one will end up in dumbo! i personally love dumbo because there is a lot of open areas available for visitors to just sit and enjoy the magnificent view of manhattan, read or just relax. trust me when i say, you will never be bored!

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  • Anonymous
  • Jan-15-2015 I am a current student here

    There is always some student organization event or festival going on. There are also a lot of theater and performance art things happening. The city offers a lot of free and/or cheap excitement too. There is a movie theater in walking distance for a nice $13-$15 dollars a ticket. But for big movie premieres there are many orgs and professors that offer free movie tickets and stuff of the like to students throughout the year usually.

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  • Javon from Dorchester, MA
  • Jan-12-2015 I am a current student here

    On campus the only things to do for fun is going to the gym to either play basketball or soccer, or even to workout. But outside of the school because of the location there are endless things to do. The school is located right next to the Brooklyn Bridge, so if you like running the Brooklyn Bridge is a perfect place to have a morning jog. If you enjoy shopping SoHo (the shopping area) is a 15 minute walk from the school, or one train ride.

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  • Giovanni from Los Angeles, CA
  • Jan-04-2015 I am a current student here

    It's New York City there is SO much to do! The University itself always has stuff going on and there are hundreds of clubs you can join.

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  • Nicole
  • Dec-30-2014 I am a current student here

    It's the city! The options for fun are endless! Just even inside Pace, there's lots to do. Pace always has something going on. Just this semester alone there were pep rallies, holiday parties, a haunted house set up, a Halloween party, free self defense classes, volunteer projects, a Greek life night, multiple productions Pace students participate in or watched, and much more. And then of course there is everything outside of Pace you could do like go see a museum, or check out the NYC library or see a Broadway show, or go to the Sea Port and watch the sunset over the water, or go see the tree in the holiday season and go ice skating, or take a stroll down Wall street which is really close by, or go out to eat with friends. You can pretty much do anything.

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