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dancingbeardancingbear Registered User Posts: 234 Junior Member
i've heard villanova has 2 nicknames: vanillanova and villa-no-fun. vanillanova doesnt bother me much because i am used to upper-middle class white kids. but villanofun?? i want to have fun at college...

does anyone have more info on this? personal experiences or people you have known? let me know if you can, thanks!
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Replies to: Villa-no-fun?

  • jPoDjPoD - Posts: 2,524 Senior Member
    bullpoop. We live in a nice area with tons of stuff to do and one of the largest cities in American nearby. I doubt that plays true. Not to mention the partying, basketball.
  • Mike1717Mike1717 Registered User Posts: 222 Junior Member
    It's not the easiest school ever academically but not the hardest either. If you want crazy academics you can take hard courses but I know a lot of people who go there and have tons of fun. Most of them work hard as ell though.
  • dancingbeardancingbear Registered User Posts: 234 Junior Member
    is there anyone here who goes there? i want to go to a school where if i want to party, i can. any advice? what colleges are on an equal level with nova?

  • jPoDjPoD - Posts: 2,524 Senior Member
    You can certainly party at Nova if you want to.
  • Tonyt88Tonyt88 Registered User Posts: 2,177 Senior Member
    Every school definitely has somewhat of a significant party scene, though granted some are a little bit harder to find, but really it's actually easy to get to one. Granted though BYU and military academies I would assume would be significantly less active party-wise, but yeah pretty much any school has an active party scene.
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