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Everyone who goes out drinks. Probably 75% of the student body goes out on a regular basis.
So would you say they don't live up to their name "Villanofun"?
Are you treated differently if you don't drink?
No, you'll find your group of friends who are like you. It's an accepting atmosphere.
Many people drink, but I have friends that don't and no one questions them. They still come out and have fun with us, so no one judges
No,find off campus parties and youll be fine.
yes. you pay to get in
Is it cheaper for girls?
its free for girls
Are there parties every weekend?
im not sure. only went for a weekend. probably if you know the right people
Its really cheap (free) for girls. I don't think its anything too expensive for guys (maybe $10, or $5 if you come in with a group of girls)
There is a lot to do. There are two train stations that stop on campus. You can easily go into Philadelphia, go to the mall, go out to eat, and so much more.
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Written by Margaret Rigas
Sometimes accused of being "Villa-no-fun," it is often difficult for underclassmen to tap into the rich nightlife surrounding Philadelphia. As students get older, their opportunities increase dramatically. With a limited selection of under-21 locations, it’s always a safe bet to see what’s going on at the local venues like the Troc. While there is no unofficial Villanova bar, students tend to frequent those directly on the Mainline.
Nightlife is pretty limited until your 21st birthday, but Villanova does an admirable job of providing entertainment on campus. Check out Connelly Center because there is almost always some type of free event. Dorm room parties tend to be small and can get boring. As an underclassman, your best bet is to join an organization. They sponsor events, rent out venues, and provide ways to meet new people. By sophomore year, students generally know enough upperclassmen to end up at a party. Junior and senior years are by far the best years for nightlife, as there are little restrictions on venues, with free reign to the clubs and bars in Philadelphia.
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