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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Rob from Rochester, NY
  • Sep-24-2016 I am a past student here

    Rob who is the waterfront director is totally aloof to everything around him. Took a class with him...worst guy ever...if you re not with him he HATES YOU! Disagree with him, his answer to everything is simply "that's bullshit!" Good job Rob way to be a leader. Terrible... Update: Summer 2016 Had a few parents I know from aorund NYC enroll kids in summer camp. Not safe at all. Watefront is using 16 year old camp couslers to teach power boat lessons. Doesn't seem safe when 1 16 year old kid, who is just learning to drive no less, is in charge of a powerboat full of kids at full speed on the long lsland sound. Rob T. Crafa may know (or thinks he knows) "everything" but he is very distant to basic safety concerns. When it comes to "HIS" agenda, stay out of his way if you have a problem. Parents have also stated that when they come to pick-up kids from camp, staff if working on boats VERY VERY nearby. And I am talking about painting bottoms, power washing boats, changing oil etc. I thought this was a camp for kids not a working boat yard with slave labor. I'd think twice before I send my kid there. Also, I have heard that SUNY is building there own IC24 Boats. That's exactly what I want for my kids, to sail a chopped up boat that was built by amature boat builders. BEWARE OF SAFETY AT THIS PALCE.

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  • Drew from Tully, NY
  • Feb-12-2014 I am a current student here

    Campus is less than an hour from Manhattan, so anything you want to do is available.

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  • Current Student
  • Jan-28-2013 I am a current student here

    Mostly everybody leaves campus on friday as soon as they can since about 90% of the school lives on LI. Pretty much the most fun thing to do is leave campus.

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  • James from Westhampton Beach, NY
  • Sep-05-2012 I am a current student here

    Clubs and athletics are pretty good. If you have initiative it's fairly easy to organise a new club on your own and Student Life will help you with funding it. On the weekends you can go into the city for any type of entertainment you could want.

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  • Joseph from Mays Landing, NJ
  • Jun-02-2012 I am a current student here

    There are many things to do. We have just about every sport you can think of. Not to mention there is a club for everything. And if you can't find a club for something it only takes 5 people to make one. And if your a MUG, you will have plenty of fun activities.

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  • Andrew from Pelham, NY
  • May-22-2012 I am a current student here

    Very close to the Manhattan. Walk to the express bus to NYC, museums, cultural sites. Bus ride to the Bronx Zoo, Botanical Gardens, Yankee stadium, or Citifield and Beaches.

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