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based on 416 reviews
  • Alejandra from Dallas, TX

    Joining an organization is definitely ideal because they have many events and help you make friends. However, Austin is a great place for outdoor fun as well as partying. 6th street is fun, but if you're not 21 yet, West Campus always has parties… more read full review

    Joining an organization is definitely ideal because they have many events and help you make friends. However, Austin is a great place for outdoor fun as well as partying. 6th street is fun, but if you're not 21 yet, West Campus always has parties going on. Also, hiking, biking, and swimming are good ways to explore Austin. read full review

  • daniel from houston, tx

    there are a lot of people that come from different backgrounds all around you. they might go to different classes, enjoy the some foods, or disagree with you. perfect place to make friends and get to know various people. read full review

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