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Written by Jade Riley
Being known for the craziest party school in the country comes with a reputation that needs to be maintained, so there is no question as to whether the nightlight around ASU is present or not. It is hoppin' around campus all the time, whether it's the middle of the week or Sunday night before a big test. ASU is always down to party, and the students are willing to participate regardless of the day. Living on or around campus makes it that much easier to engage in "extracurricular actives" during the wee hours of the morning.
The club scene is obviously prominent for 21-year-olds because Mill offers a stretch of bars and clubs that suits anyone's style. You could be in an Irish pub for a couple hours then end up in a Mexican cantina within a matter of seconds! Since Mill is filled with drunk college kids, bar and restaurant owners make drink prices reasonably affordable because they recognize that students give them a lot of business and they can easily afford to have $1 draft beers. If you're looking to get really dressed up and sexy for the night, Scottsdale is where you want to be! The club scene is at an all-time high there, and you are guaranteed to have a great time meeting some of the West Coast's hottest people—and if you're lucky, you might run into celebrities as well! Scottsdale has been recognized as a competitor of the nightlife scene with Vegas and L.A. so you don't want to miss out!
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