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Student Responses to Review Topic: What To Do For Fun
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  • Gracy from Library, PA
  • Mar-31-2017 I am a current student here

    Go to the free events! Half the school turns out for Bingo, most people go get free pizza rolls and milkshakes at Monti's on Friday and Saturday. There are pool tables, ping pong tables, video games, air hockey, and movies always in the Hub. They sponsor a lot of events like mini golf and Pinterest parties as well. W&J students also get discounts to many restaurants in Washington and there are shuttles to take to downtown Pittsburgh and the outlet stores. Naturally there are always parties (it wouldn't be college without them!) but they aren't the only thing to do on campus if Greek life isn't your thing!

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  • Sara
  • Dec-01-2014 I am a current student here

    this is kind of a tough one. people go to parties but there is little to do on campus.. especially on the weekends

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  • Madison from Naperville, IL
  • Aug-03-2014 I am a current student here

    The Student Activities Board is AMAZING. They schedule day and weekend trips for students for free or a very small fee, including but not limited to; Weekend trip to DC, weekend trip to Chicago, Matinee of Wicked in Pittsburgh, Matinee of Lion King in Pittsburgh, Skiing Trips, Sky-High Trampoline Trips, White Water Rafting, and so much more! They also offer on campus activities, not limited to; Big Item Bingo (Actually win BIG, COOL ITEMS!), Tie-Blanket Making, Pillow Making, Build-A-Bear, Fall and Spring Concert, Spring All Campus Fair, Stand-Up Comedians and Drag Bingo. There is so much that SAB does for the student body it's amazing! Also, on Friday nights and Saturday nights there is a milkshake and food joint open in Monticello's in the Hub the Rec-Center. Everything is free and done by volunteers, and they always have great milkshakes and warm food. They also will bring in karaoke, improv groups, and other forms of entertainment!

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  • Kelsee from Washington, PA
  • Feb-10-2014 I am a current student here

    I like to hang out with my friends. I go out on the weekends. I also like to go to the Hub where I can watch free Netflix or play games. Monti's is also in the Hub. Monti's has free milkshakes and food.

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  • Ronnie from Johnstown, PA
  • Aug-21-2013 I am a current student here

    I go to different club meetings and trips as well as attend the numerous events spnsored by the school such as bingo, concerts, dances, movies, and so much more! There is never a dull day on campus, there are so many informative and culture-filled events to participate in.

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  • Halie from Strabane, PA
  • Nov-16-2012 I am a current student here

    There are tons of things going on on campus. There's the Pittsburgh Pipeline, a shuttle that goes to shopping centers on weekends and tons of artists visit the college.

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  • Maureen from Glenshaw, PA
  • Oct-29-2012 I am a current student here

    It is very important to allow yourself to free time. To have fun, you can take the shuttle into Pittsburgh where there is a lot to do, or you can get a group of friends together and party in the dorms or go out to the frats on the weekends.

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