5 Things to Do on a Friday Night at Bloomsburg University

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Friday night is a special time in everybody’s week. It’s the time many students at Bloomsburg University relax and unwind from a hard week of work. These are some of the best ways to spend your start to the weekend in the town of Bloomsburg. 1.) Go Out To Dinner With Friends. After a tiring week of work and routine, Friday night is the perfect time to switch it up and enjoy time with friends. Bloomsburg has many enjoyable places with fantastic atmospheres for you and a group to enjoy a night out with great food. Among some of the best places in the Bloomsburg Area with a casual vibe are Marley’s, Balzano’s and Applebees. For a fancier, fine dining...

Five Things You Must Do at San Diego State University

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Established in 1897, San Diego State University is the third oldest member of the California State University system. Its palm tree laden campus has approximately 28,000 undergraduates on the higher end of the spectrum as far as schools we’ve covered go. The school’s celebrated academic programs have made it one of the hardest Golden State universities to be accepted to; business administration and engineering are among its seven primary colleges (not counting the Weber Honors College). Aztecs are a fun bunch who love to take soak up all that the West Coast has to offer. We’ve already told you which professors are worth it and how the food is. Today...

Five Things You Must Do at MIT

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Students from all over the world yes, the world flock to Cambridge, Massachusetts with a certain destination in mind MIT. This top university, which was established in 1860, now caters to a highly selective undergraduate student body (there were approximately 4,512 students enrolled in 2014 according to the school’s enrollment stats). They’re known for advancements made in the areas of physical science and engineering. In fact, MIT researchers developed computers, radar and guidance systems during World War II and the Cold War. There’s a slew of notable alumni among the ranks, with 84 Nobel Laureates, 34 astronauts and many high grossing company...

Five Things You Must Do at University of Oklahoma

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Founded in 1890, the University of Oklahoma has become a fixture in academics, research and Division 1 sports go Sooners! The school is a home away from home for roughly 30,000 students who take advantage of its 152 undergraduate degrees. Then there’s the campus, which has a picturesque suburban aesthetic with beautiful brick buildings that transcend the years and trees around every corner. There’s more than a handful of reasons why you should attend OU, but we’re going to show you a few by breaking down five things you simply must do when exploring the grounds of this southern school that’s steeped in tradition. We’ve already told you five things to...

Five Things to Do At Cornell University

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One student claimed Cornell had a lack of things to do on a popular forum; it’s an understandable complaint if you’re used to living in a large city, or perhaps have transferred from another metropolitan school. Cornell University, which calls Ithaca, New York home, is the quintessential college town through and through. It’s self contained in many ways, with beautifully designed buildings and trees veering off in every direction. As for its modest yet highly selective undergraduate student body of roughly 14,000, they’re only getting smarter with each incoming class (even if the elbow patch blazers and other cornerstones of Ivy League life have...

Five Things to Do at Berklee College of Music, Boston

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If you’re an aspiring musician who’s looking to attend Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, then you probably already know its programs have churned out renowned artists such as John Mayer, Quincy Jones, Tony Bennett, and many others. Since its establishment in 1945, the private school which is known as the largest college of contemporary music in the world has been a beacon for talented hopefuls who possess the illusive ear for greatness. Today, it serves roughly 4,500 students (modest by headcount, but you have to remember that admissions are very selective. Beyond music related studies like composition, film scoring and paths that air on the...

5 Things You Must Do at California State University, Long Beach

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In a big university, it can be hard to navigate the many different things worth doing during your time at school. Juggling classes, homework and a social life is not easy, so it is important to make the most of what little free time you may have. Here is a list of the five things that you must do while at California State University, Long Beach. 1.) Join the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The SRWC opened during my junior year at California State University, Long Beach and it was one of the greatest things that happened for me. Located conveniently on campus, next to easily accessible parking lots, the SRWC is more than just a state of the art gym it...

5 Things to do on a Friday Night at University of Colorado, Boulder

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1.) Cheer on the Colorado Buffaloes! Buy those tickets! On Friday night, there is no better place to be than at a University of Colorado, Boulder football game. Thousands of students dressed in black and yellow turn out for every game. Even if you don’t like football here, there are a million other things to entertain you like those strange guys dressed like a scene from brave heart but in school colors. I figured I would save some money my freshman year and didn’t buy football tickets. I quickly realized the error of my ways as I sat in my dorm room alone on a Friday night listening to the echoes of the game floating through my window. Almost the entire...

5 Things You Must Do While a Student at College of the Redwoods

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College of the Redwoods is a true rural community college in that it draws all kinds of people from the near community as well as creating a bridge for people who come from other parts of the region and even far away places. Whether people are born and raised in the area or are drawn to it for its arts, nature, wellness or many other distinguishing characteristics, college is a time for self exploration and exploration of the world. Meeting lifelong friends, and gaining valuable experiences both inside and outside of the classroom is a requisite of the College of the Redwoods experience. There are a few things you must do. In the spirit of self and...

Top Five Things To Do on a Friday or Saturday Night at College of Staten Island

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Okay, so Staten Island isn’t exactly known for its nightlife. Sure, it’s easy to hop on the ferry and make your way to the bars of downtown Manhattan. But why not explore something closer to home? Being so near the heart of the city is definitely a plus for prospective College of Staten Island students and believe me, it is pretty great but we Islanders have our own low key activities that don’t require a boat ride. 1.) Everything Goes Book Café There’s a growing hippie scene in Staten Island, and Everything Goes is at its center. Owned by members of the borough’s only commune, The Ganas Community, it holds poetry readings, open mics, art...