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anyone going a night early?

NYUGirlie2009NYUGirlie2009 54 replies11 threads Junior Member
edited June 2005 in New York University
haha..
i have so many questions...
so what happens for ppl who go in a night early?
are there a lot of early people there?

is it true that there is a curfew at orientation?

what did u guys do after the day was over?

thanks everyone for answering my questions!
edited June 2005
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  • nirvana33nirvana33 357 replies24 threads Member
    If you arrive a day early, you can join the other early arrivals for dinner, and i think theres also some kind of social event too, if you wanted to participate. I believe session A early arrivals watched Anchorman. I'm sure there will be a decent amount of early arrivals, since there are a LOT of out-of-state students and i'm willing to bet not all of them want to take red-eye flights. The curfew is 12:30 i think.. it isn't a big deal though, because by the end of the day, you'll be pretty tired anyway and will most likely want to go to sleep. They pack in a lot of activities during orientation, especially on day one, so you'll want to get your rest.
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  • VanessaAnneVanessaAnne 269 replies19 threads Junior Member
    ya i heard the 1230 curfew is just that you have to be in the building, but not in your room
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