College Junior 2013-12-01T02:52:18Z
I've lived around here for a while now, and there are some interesting cultural events, but other than those, there aren't a whole lot of interesting things to do around here. That being said, I'm really more of the person who hangs out with friends and doesn't do a whole lot else.
College Freshman 2013-11-03T19:32:22Z
There are things to do off campus if you know where to go. There's a bowling alley, plenty of places to shop, and local cities you can drive to if you want to go to neighboring shopping malls/centers.
College Junior 2013-07-11T18:48:42Z
Liberty, Missouri is a nice little suburb of Kansas City. You get the feel of a homey town but can also have the perks of a big city. The shopping is great around Kansas City, but it can sometimes be too far and inconvenient. The shopping areas in Liberty are convenient and usually have what one needs. There are three professional teams in Kansas City that are always entertaining to go and watch. The Power and Light district seem to be a very attractive spot to go to in the evening. It is a strip of bars that have entertainment. There are also amusement parks that are great for younger kids. Overall, William Jewell is in a great location so that everyone can enjoy it.
College Senior 2013-01-26T16:57:54Z
Hard to say if local activities are available as I commute to campus and do not spend much time there outside of class
College Sophomore 2013-01-19T22:51:38Z
In the school's defense, I'm a city girl. I thought I would do alright in the small town of Liberty, but not so much. While the sounding area is very charming, there is nothing to do and no where to go in WALKING distance. The "square" provides a few whimsical shops, but they close early and are closed often. There doesn't appear to be much to recreation things to do (again in walking distance). There are a few clubs and a bowling alley I know, but as far as I can tell there isn't even a park around. The town itself doesn't seem to have many events, or at least that are voiced to students through the college. Kansas City may be a 20 minute drive, but without a car there is no way of getting there.
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