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Written by Paul Yu
With only a handful of bars in town and no bar on campus, it’s a good thing that D.C. and Baltimore are not too far away. As for parties on Fraternity Row, times have changed: alcohol-focused parties are fading, and UMCP seems to be slowly changing into a barren, dry campus, as it continues to crack down on on-campus revelries. This is where living off campus comes in handy for students who crave alcohol and parties.
There are thousands of above-age students on campus, and even though not all of them are patrons of the bar scene, many students enjoy the experience of doing the bar thing on a Thursday, Friday, and/or Saturday night. Now that the University has become stricter about on-campus parties, these bars may become more crowded, as students search for alternatives. Students also bring the nightlife into their own homes and apartments by throwing parties that don’t require an ID or a wait to get in.
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