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Greek system and parties?

hamdiggyhamdiggy 3 replies1 threads New Member
edited January 2005 in University of Washington
I just got accepted to UW today, and I won't lie, my biggest concern about this college is the party scene. I'm not really into the whole sorority/frat thing, and I was wondering how much the Greek system dominates the social scene? Are there a lot of non-Greek partiers? Is there anyone here in a UW sorority who can talk about it? Are there any first-hand accounts of awesome dorms? Which ones are for the stoners? Anything you can tell me will be appreciated...Thanks. =)
edited January 2005
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  • DopkeDopke 175 replies2 threads Junior Member
    lol, for stoners? Anyways, as far as freshman dorms. Lander is definitely the more party-ish friendly dorm, due to it being a freshman only dorm.
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  • fropfrop 43 replies2 threads Junior Member
    Well, just from some experience in the area you can usually find some pretty good parties just in the sorrounding U district. (You can walk or take a bus.) Of late greek row has gotten itself in trouble and has had more than its share of cops and LCBs. Dorms are ofcourse going to be more monitored than private homes.
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