Bowling Green State University '14
Majoring in Broadcast Journalism
Member since 3/8/2012
Greek life is pretty big on campus. There are many different types of sororities and fraternities you can join, and they are not all social. There are business and service ones as well. Most importantly, Greek life has a family feeling to it. Even if you're not a part of Greek life, you are still accepted as one of them and that's what separates Bowling Green from a lot of other colleges. There is always a sense of bonding no matter if you are Greek or not.
The nightlife is always exciting. Whether it's going to a house party, downtown to the bars, or out with friends for a night of bowling or to the movies, there's something for everyone to do. There are always free shuttles to help you get back to campus when you need it.
The athletic facilities at Bowling Green State University are some of the best in the area. The Stroh Center, which just opened this year, houses basketball, volleyball, concerts, and the Stroh Show, which is a pregame show for football games that involves the cheerleaders and the marching band. It is a great atmosphere for all. Other athletic facilities such as the BGSU Ice Arena, and Doyt L. Perry Stadium provides a gameday atmosphere unlike no other.
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