Austin breaks down the Nightlife at Northwestern
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No. So a typical night life in Northwestern as a sophomore and say is consistent me. They're hanging out my friends and usually having some drinks or something like that, whether that be at a friend's house at the fraternity house. Especially either our fraternity's events or other fraternities events or just clubs that are throwing parties ever What I'd say is like how it changes from freshman and sophomore year. I'd say the majority of people that are going out guys, that is their focus is to meet new brothers and to ultimately kind of kind of secure bits of these fraternities. I honestly would say Greek life has pretty big role in our campus. We are about forty percent Greek and therefore there a lot of people rushing and want to rush. So that's a big part of your freshman year, especially when the winner you're pledging if you do get a bit on and then the rest of the time, you're spending your trying to get close with your brothers and you're going out with them. I'd say there's no pressure to Russia, Greek fraternity or anything like that. There's definitely a social life outside of Greek life. Drug culture on campus, I'd say, is it's kind of all over the place. There are definitely a lot of people that smoke and do drugs like that. A lot of people who don't just like people who drink versus don't drink here but everyone's, I'd say it's pretty open to it.