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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Writer in PA
  • Apr-23-2015 I am a current student here

    I'm a bit of a homebody, so I don't get out much. But there is a lot to do on campus. We have a lot of clubs that you can sign up for. We have events that go on almost every weekend and we also have a nightclub on campus that is usually open every weekend as well. If a loud scene isn't your thing, we also have a coffeehouse on campus that have weekly chill nights where you can play board games with a small group of friends and listen to calming music.

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  • Christiana from Woburn, MA
  • Nov-05-2014 I am a current student here

    All the fun happens on the campus especially if you are not legally 21 or over. There is no offer campus housing which makes parties difficult, but not impossible. Susquehanna has Charlie's and Trax, the main venues for student run events. Charlie's is non-alcoholic, they have movies every Friday and Saturday, and other events. Trax serves alcohol to 21+ and soda for free, the parties are themed and is a lot like a club. Other than that a lot of academic events go on throughout the week and clubs do a lot of activities.

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  • Madison from Yonkers, NY
  • Mar-12-2014 I am a current student here

    Join sports! With the school taking off the off-campus housing for the 2014-2015 year there will be almost NOTHING to do on the weekends so hopefully if would change.

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  • Hope from Savona, NY
  • Jan-31-2014 I am a current student here

    To be honest, there's fun for everyone, though it doesn't vary much from the average college fun. A lot of students go out for the weekend to different fraternity houses, but those who don't go out for the weekend have options available at the coffee house, which hosts movie nights of new releases, karaoke nights, concerts, and board game nights. There is also a dance club on campus called TRAX that students can go to for Saturday events. They host tons of parties that people come to for a few hours to dance off some steam.

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  • Rebecca
  • Nov-30-2013 I am a current student here

    There is also really great social programming such as concerts, Fall Frenzy and Spring Weekend Carnival, plus parties at the on-campus nightclub (that serves free alcohol to 21 and over students!- 1 per hour). It is also really easy to get involved in meaningful extracurriculur activities, or create your own club!

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  • Danielle from Hooksett, NH
  • Jul-23-2013 I am a current student here

    The student activities committee (which anyone can be a part of!) always has events happening on the weekends and throughout the week. There's never really a dull moment. In addition some SU traditions that students love are: spring weekend, Christmas candle light service, President Lemon's reading of The Night before Christmas, faculty serving students Thanksgiving dinner, St. Patty's weekend, sporting events, and so much more.

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  • Laura from Wallingford, PA
  • Feb-26-2013 I am a current student here

    Going to the river is a great way to pass a weekend away. Walking into Selinsgrove is also a wonderful way to spend a weekend. Whether it be taking the shuttle into the Susquehanna Valley strip, or just hanging around with your friends at Trax or on campus, there are so many fun things to do here.

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  • Valerie from North Wales, PA
  • Jan-02-2013 I am a current student here

    There is always a lot of things to do on campus. There is a night club on campus and a coffeehouse in which both offer activities throughout the week. The Susquehanna River is only a mile away, so there are kayaking and other fun waterfront options. There is a mall only about five minutes away, as well as a movie theater. In the fall, there is the Bloomsburg Fair, which is only about a forty minute drive from campus. If you take the initiative to have fun, you will find fun ways to spend your free time.

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  • Sarah from Pennsylvania
  • Sep-30-2012 I am a current student here

    SU is the perfect size, because there is a good amount of activity, but not so much that you're a face in the crowd. There is Greek life, of course, as well as volunteer fraternities. if you're into that kind of thing. There are clubs ranging from activist (Hearts for Homeless or WomenSpeak) to Interest (Anime Club or Bellydance Circle) and everything in between. There are some pretty cool intramural sports as well. It's also important to note that it is easy to start your own club, and you're bound to find other people with your interests. SU is also really great with providing entertainment: there are two concerts (with names like Cobra Starship and DJ Pauly D) each year, sporting events, theatre, art shows, lectures, musical performance, and anything in between. Also, Bucknell University is close by, and if you have a friend with a car it's easy to go to their events as well. For a small school in a small town, it's a pretty sweet deal!

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  • Julia from Duncannon, PA
  • Aug-25-2012 I am a current student here

    There are a lot of clubs and activities on campus all the time, from Trax, the student night club, to SAC activities of fall frenzy, movies on the lawn, and other things. One thing that actually drew me to Susquehanna was the existence of the SU Belly Dance Circle, which has been a unique and wonderful experience.

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