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Written by Toluwani Adekunle
Moscow locals are very welcoming to students, especially to international students. There is not much to keep you entertained, though—only a few activities here and there that you eventually grow bored of. The town provides more fun for students of drinking age than it does for those who are underage. Students who live in the dormitories or school housing tend to stay on campus a lot, as there is not much to do off campus, and students who live off camous stay off campus, except when they have things to do on campus.
You will find a lot of students going to Pullman, Wash., just about eight miles away from Moscow, to have fun with friends from Washington State University in Pullman. Most of the time, you will find a lot of students from WSU in town because there is still much more to do in Moscow compared to Pullman.
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