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As the community around the campus increases their overall credibility with maintaining a safe environment that is friendly to all persons, those bars/clubs that are worth attending also uphold the laws that help keep them in good business.
I would not know. I've never attempted to. I would imagine not, because I've seen those who are underage caught by ALE for possessing alcohol underage.
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Written by Samantha Mandel
ECU students' drinking habits range from totally sober to borderline alcoholic, and there is a maturity difference in how and where students party. Usually, underclassmen enjoy the clubs because the downtown scene is something different from high school, and because they somehow think that clubbin' is the thing to do. Upperclassmen who have learned the importance of balancing studying and fun tend to take advantage of drink and appetizer specials at restaurants where they can eat, drink pints, share pitchers, and converse with friends.
Halloween is much-anticipated, and Midnight Madness on campus is always fun. The City blocks off Fifth Street downtown, and the crowds fill the street. Downtown restaurants, apartments, and rooftops are good locations for cheering at the costumed crowd. Some creative costumes have been a Heisman Trophy, a speed bump with tire tracks across the front, and a couple dressed as Twinkies and wrapped together with saran. ECU also offers a myriad of options, sponsored by the Student Union or student organizations, for students who want to participate in activities on campus instead of going out.
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