College Freshman 2013-11-22T23:37:53Z
My school is located in Hackensack/Teaneck, Nj. I personally think its beautiful and peaceful there. There is a mall nearby and a lot of clubs you can join and a lot of different place to eat and enjoy a good time with friends.
College Freshman 2013-11-22T21:16:49Z
It's alright. There's the town of Teaneck and Hackensack, and if you look for things to do, you'll be able to find them. There's always public transportation to take you into NYC and over to the Garden State Mall. You just have to look for things to do, because as is life, no one will hand you what you want.
College Senior 2013-08-13T03:59:08Z
This school is low key and very much under the radar. I drove pass the Teaneck campus for twenty years and hardly noticed it. Not till I enrolled last year did I realize that like most other Universities, it had much to offer. I just visited the Wroxton campus for a dose of British culture. I did not travel with the school. I went on a vacation and had to ask for permission to enter the building. It was granted, and I was happy to take a brief tour, and have my picture taken with the armour I had only seen in pictures. Wroxton is close to the nice little town of Banbury. This is where I visited the 500 yr old St.Mary's Cathedral and read a plaque dedicated to the author of "Gulliver's Travels" out in the church yard. Apparently, Mr. Swift wrote this time enduring story where I was standing. I read that book as a child and never forgot it. Oxford was 20 miles away; London was 90 mins away. For both the US and UK campuses, fun and entertainment is never too far away, and locals are nice and friendly enough. Must have cash for a very good time; both areas are expensive for students on a budget. A student discount with student ID should be inplace in the local communities. Students might be inclined to spend more than we already do if we can see some savings when our ID is presented! How about it FDU? Can you do that for us?
College Senior 2013-07-29T21:57:11Z
Teaneck covers a lot of ground, with a lot of restaurants, stores, and services available all over it. Hackensack is also right next door. There may not be any major landmarks I'm aware of, but there's definitely something for everyone.
College Sophomore 2013-07-25T19:04:33Z
there are a few little restaurants around town they are just a drive or bus ride away. Stores are closed on Sundaay which always sucks.
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