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Fairly large party scene in the greek system. The large student population doesn't inhibit the social network.
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Written by Emily Sugiyama
Seattle has a fabulous nightlife, and there’s practically always a new place to try. Seattle has a wide variety of everything, from pubs to clubs. College Inn and Finn McCool’s are popular student hangouts because of the fairly lax but rowdy atmosphere. On campus, there are always plenty of frat parties to be found on Thursday nights. Because UW is largely a commuter school, the majority of Greek partying takes place on Thursday, when students are still around finishing up the week. Thursday can be fun because often four or five frats throw parties, and because they’re all in competition with one another, it’s easy to find a good party with lots of people and plenty of dancing. Of course, the biggest hook of frat parties is the free alcohol, usually shots or cheap beer.
Outside of campus, students find ripe material for the night of their 21st birthdays. The typical 21 run consists of starting at the College Inn and moving up the Avenue, which has multiple good spots to try. Another nice thing about the local nightlife is the range of prices. There are plenty of upscale bars that’ll wreak havoc on your wallet, but there are also plenty of places where it’s easy to have a good time without wasting too much of the precious and all-too-limited college expenditures. Just get a pitcher of beer and share it with a bunch of friends. In all, Seattle nightlife is rich with options.
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