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Reading Days

MJG800MJG800 Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
I noticed that Williams Motorcoach offers shuttle service during Reading Days in October. Do many students go home for Reading Days?

Replies to: Reading Days

  • TheGreyKingTheGreyKing Registered User Posts: 870 Member
    A current student will need to share today's norms, but back in my day, no one I knew went home for those super-short breaks. We all stayed on campus.
    Thanksgiving, however, was a different story. Most people went home or to friends' houses. I had friends from Kentucky and Alaska who came to my home in New York for Thanksgiving.
  • IntEph2019IntEph2019 Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
    I'd say about 40% go home. You'll not be in a glaring minority whether you choose to go home or stay on campus (dorms stay open).
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