Ross breaks down the Social Life at Northwestern
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S Oh, yeah, There's a lot of different ways to have a social life on North West campus, and I've experienced a lot of them with the theater community. Specifically, there is a very sort of tight knit group, and people will have parties at their apartment very often, especially early in the quarter. There's these things called fund Ease, which our fundraisers for shows there's parties. It's basically to get freshman toe freshman who don't know how to go to a party, will pay to go to these parties, and they're fun and you should go to them. These air, actually, like super important for the community here. Outside of that most I would say most of social life is Andi outside of fall quarter At most of social life, I would say it's creek life. There's a lot of like Greek organizations who hold on. It's mainly events like mixture is where they interact with one sorority and fraternity. A lot of people get a majority of their social interaction through three Clays I like. Both of those are mainly social groups on DH, so they hold big events if you're involved in either of those like those will give you a social life. There's also a large majority people who, well, sort of. I know a lot of kids will, like pre game on campus, will let go to parties on campus for early in the night. Then we'll go on to Chicago and go to bars. I don't know, I have to do that very often last year, and I haven't really done that this year, but it does seem really fun, and I kind of wish I had, Um, so that's sort of end. There's definitely like a lot of people like you can. If you're interested in smoking, we there's a lot of people this campus who do, and you can have that sort of more chill five instead of the heavy drinking like there is a lot of sort of people who are just kind of hanging out in their houses at night and smoking hangout, which is, I think, a nice, a nice vibe, Um..