Being in a new place is a difficult time in every young person’s life. College is one of the ultimate culture shocks and is a time of both great excitement and anxiety. Finding new places to go and things to do can be difficult and sometimes scary, so here are a few places to check out where you can have fun off -campus for five dollars or less.
1. Rave Motion Pictures of Carpenter Road: Five dollar Wednesday is a great time to check out any movie in theaters. The theater is jam-packed with screening rooms that play all the new releases. And for five dollars, why not take in a movie?
2. Five Below in Arborland: Arborland is full of stores, one of which is Five Below. They have a variety of items for purchase such as movies, games, toys and a lot more. For five dollars you can get a new board game, kits, movies or a DVD trivia pack. Nothing like having friends over for a game night or putting together a model kit.
3. Blockbuster on Ellsworth road: No, Blockbuster is not dead yet. If you get the membership, which is free of charge, you can get five-day rentals for 99 cents. There are also games and new releases that cost a little more. You can have a movie marathon with friends or spend an evening enjoying one yourself.
There are a million things you can do at little cost, like the library full of books. Let’s not forget the free things such as playing outside. Tag, red rover, hide-and-seek and all the fun games we played as children didn’t cost a dime. Even throwing around a Frisbee or ball can be a blast. Campus also supplies a variety of activities such as pool, performances and other events in the Student Center.
There is also the Rec/IM with its free work out equipment, and you can rent equipment to play racquetball and other sports.
In the long run, money is tight for a college student, but after a hard week of studying, five dollars isn’t too much to spend on yourself.
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